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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

9th May 2015, Aberdeen:

Ruby Wax is a much loved US born comedian, actor and writer based in the UK.

15th May 2015, Aberdeen:

Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky: two musical giants who painted their turbulent inner lives onto musical canvasses with irrepressible power.

16th May 2015, Aberdeen:

Make sure you don’t miss Paul Merton perform at Aberdeen’s Music Hall.

22nd May 2015, Aberdeen:

The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra presents Kurt Elling Swings Sinatra in a truly unforgettable centenary celebration of Frank Sinatra: the man, his music and his timeless jazz legacy.

23rd May 2015, Aberdeen:

James Kelman is the most influential Scottish writer of his generation.

23rd May 2015, Aberdeen:

Carol Anne Duffy, Liz Lochhead and Gillian Clarke with music by John Sampson.

24th May 2015, Aberdeen:

Aberdeen Sinfonietta, conducted by Roger Williams with Joseph Long (piano).

5th - 30th May 2015, Aberdeen:

Winner of 90 international awards, Wicked has been casting its magical spell over audiences across the world for a decade and continues to break records at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre.

29th - 31st May 2014, Aberdeenshire:

The May Festival offers a range of events, featuring music, film, science, Gaelic, literature and more.

5th June 2015, Aberdeen:

The Four Seasons remains the most popular piece of classical music of all time.

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