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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.

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20th - 25th October 2014, Aberdeen:

A quintessential English country estate is thrown into chaos following the murder of eccentric inventor Sir Claud Amory, and the theft of his new earth shattering formula.

30th March - 28th October 2014, Aberdeenshire:

Opened in 1983, the Grampian Transport Museum tells the history of travel and transport in the North East of Scotland through displays, working exhibits and DVD presentations.

26th October 2014, Aberdeen:

Ivor Novello award winning singer/songwriter Scott Matthews retunrs with a new album and intimate solo tour.

28th October 2014, Aberdeen:

A native of Fife, James Yorkston was an integral early member of the Fence Collective whose reach across contemporary music continues to lengthen: King Creosote, The Aliens, KT Tunstall, The Beta Band and The Pictish Trail.

28th October 2014, Aberdeen:

Manchester has spawned some of the greats in the history of music, and it’s only a matter of time before The Courteeners are ranked amongst them.

7th - 28th October 2014, Aberdeenshire:

DanceLive is an annual festival celebrating contemporary dance, and is Scotland’s only festival exclusively presenting contemporary dance.

28th October 2014, Aberdeen:

The master of American contemporary dance, Mark Morris, has become the benchmark of creativity for a generation of dancers, choreographers and audiences.

29th October 2014, Aberdeen:

Shane was just a teenager when the mighty Westlife formed in 1998.

31st October 2014, Aberdeen:

MacFloyd (Scottish Pink Floyd) return to the Lemon Tree with a new show looking back over the career of Pink Floyd- spanning almost 30 years.

April to October, Aberdeenshire

Housed in part of a former college, Blairs Museum gives a unique insight into Scotland’s Catholic history and heritage with spectacular collections spanning more than 500 years.


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