A bestselling novelist is to visit Aberdeen.
Three north-east dancers have been selected to take part in a prestigious dance training and performance programme.
A gin festival is set to return to Aberdeen this weekend.
A comedian who had a sell-out run at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe will be bringing his brand of comedy to Aberdeen.
Lower Than Atlantis have hit the rewind button to return to their roots of playing small, intimate venues.
A new music festival is being tipped to drum up lots of interest when it opens in Aberdeen this week.
When chart-toppers The Beautiful South split in 2007 some members continued as The South. Boasting singer Alison Wheeler and sax player Gaz Birtles, The South headline The Lemon Tree on Sunday. Birtles has taken on vocal duties following the exit of original singer Dave Hemingway who left last year. Expect all the Beautiful South hits.
The Majestic Mountain Moose has returned with his new show Easy Tiger.
Punk legends Stiff Little Fingers headline The Lemon Tree on Monday.
Aberdeen audiences will act as jury to establish the guilt or innocence of an accused at The Lemon Tree this week.
There is a penguin on the loose in Aberdeen.
Shellac front-man Steve Albini has been one of post-rock’s most influential, visionary and caustic voices for three decades.
A Comedy provocateur is coming to Aberdeen.
The frontman of Scottish indie giants Idlewild is to perform in Aberdeen as part of a solo tour.
One of the UK’s most in-demand comedians will be bringing his special brand of hilarity to Aberdeen next week.
A comedian is set to visit the North-east as part of a national book tour.
Though it does not officially start until tomorrow, Aberdeen International Youth Festival got under way last night with a wonderfully entertaining preview performance of A Comedy of Errors by the Rhona Mitchell School of Drama.
The lawyer of a Netflix star is set to put on a second Aberdeen show due to a high demand from fans.
A new production company will be officially launched in the city next week by Aberdeen Performing Arts.
Scottish folk musician James Yorkston is still amazed at the magic his recent collaboration continue to create when they play live.
One of the UK's most-loved funk and soul DJ's is coming to Aberdeen this summer.
A lawyer who starred in globally popular true crime programme Making A Murderer is set to host a discussion in the Granite City later this year.
Swans frontman Michael Gira believes continuing as a band would have brought complete collapse.
Scottish blues rockers King King are on a roll and are ready to rock when they headline at Aberdeen's Lemon Tree on Sunday night.
One of the most popular Scottish comedians, Brian Limond aka Limmy – the mastermind behind BBC comedy Limmy’s Show – is back on the road.
For a duo Honeyblood make a riotous racket and have pushed up the decibel level further on their new album.
Theatre fans are set to go crazy for two smash-hit shows when they arrive in Aberdeen.
Grant O'Rourke scores a double top for his poignant portrayal of Scottish darts legend Jocky Wilson in this riveting one man show.
A well-known rock band is to perform in Aberdeen.
Leading lights are being sought to help shape the performing arts scene in the Granite City.