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What's on in Aberdeen

Central Aberdeenshire includes the granite city of Aberdeen with its rich history, art and culture, and lively social scene. Beyond the commuter towns serving Aberdeen, the busy roads steadily become more quiet and unspoilt, winding up through valleys and upland towards the Grampian Mountains. Huntly, in the far northeast, marks the beginning of Speyside’s distillery trail, a major Scottish attraction, where you can sample a dram or two of world-famous whiskies along the way.

area highlights

17th April 2014, Aberdeen:

The Frog & The Princess is an entertaining and poignant re-telling of the traditional Frog Prince tale by the Brother’s Grimm.

18th April 2014, Aberdeen:

Akord have won the Drummonds 2K Tournament, Kerrang!’s Big Audition, Red Bull Studios shortlist and played a well-received show at the Download Festival.

18th April 2014, Aberdeen:

An Evening of Movies and Musicals has become a sensation since it debuted in early 2012.

19th April 2014, Aberdeen:

Gavin Marwick has received a grant from Creative Scotland to produce a music book and a double CD of his self-penned tunes.

14th - 19th April 2014, Aberdeen:

Let It Be showcases the Fab Four’s music in a spectacular theatrical concert charting the band’s meteoric rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club, through the height of Beatlemania, to their later studio masterpieces.

20th April 2014, Aberdeen:

A roller coaster journey through Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life highlights how his radical activism caused him to be disowned and disremembered, even by the leaders and descendants of the civil rights movement.

22nd April 2014, Aberdeen:

Satrosphere Science Centre are hosting a Café Controversial talk on the science behind GM headlines and GM’s place in modern agriculture.

24th April 2014, Aberdeen:

All of our residency concerts build to a main-stage evening concert.

25th April 2014, Aberdeen:

Don’t miss the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, featuring Donald Runnicles, conductor.

25th April 2014, Aberdeen:

The Doors Alive re-create the sound, look, presence and magic of a real 1960’s Doors concert, perfectly and effortlessly transporting the audience back in time.


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