Saturday would have seen the curtain go up on the glittering, magical, laughter-filled and completely subversive piece of theatre that is His Majesty’s panto.
Call the Midwife star and native Aberdonian Laura Main has been revealed as the newest patron of north-east children’s hospital charity The ARCHIE Foundation.
Video: Royalty and celebrities join forces to congratulate Aberdeen students in special graduation video
Hundreds of Aberdeen University students have tuned in for a live-streamed graduation ceremony after their event was cancelled due to Covid-19.
Alumni of Aberdeen University who have gone on to do great things since graduating are to be recognised in a new project.
Panto audiences at His Majesty’s Theatre have raised more than £20,000 for a children’s charity.
Today marks the 525th anniversary of the north-east’s oldest educational institution.
Call The Midwife star Laura Main will be making wishes come true when she plays the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella at His Majesty’s this Christmas.
Make-up artists for Shrek the Musical need an extra-ogre-nary amount of talent to quickly transform the cast into their beloved fairytale characters.
A much-loved musical with a big green ogre, with an even bigger heart is setting out to enchant Aberdeen audiences.
A popular Aberdeen actress is to switch on Edinburgh’s Christmas lights during the city’s Light Night celebrations.
Never mind the midwife ... call the monster, as Aberdeen’s homegrown acting star Laura Main returns to the Granite City in Shrek The Musical.
A North-east actress famed for her role in a hit TV show has joined the line-up of a major festival.
Aberdeen-born Call The Midwife star Laura Main said filming her character giving birth has made her want to have a baby of her own, despite having to watch "difficult" online videos of women in labour to prepare for the scene.
The University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir is set to bring some festive cheer to London with its annual charity Christmas concert.