Tickets are still available for an event which will see a Dons legend take to the stage and share stories about his time at the club.
Willie Miller in Conversation takes place on Thursday May 16 at Aberdeen’s newly-revamped Music Hall on the eve of the 36th anniversary of the Dons’ European Winners’ Cup triumph on May 11 1983, when Alex Ferguson’s side beat the mighty Real Madrid after extra time.
Former Reds captain and manager Miller won 65 Scotland caps, along with three championship medals, four Scottish cups, three Scottish League Cups and the European Super Cup.
Voted the greatest ever Pittodrie player in 2003, Miller has also carved out a career as a football commentator and analyst, writing a weekly column in the Evening Express.
Aberdeen Performing Arts, who run the venue, said the event was “not one to be missed by any football fan”.
APA’s cultural programme manager Steven Milne previously said: “With Willie Miller being regarded so fondly by Dons fans, and being recognised as the greatest captain the club has ever had, we are sure this will be a hugely popular event.”
Willie Miller in Conversation will take place at the Music Hall on Thursday May 16 at 7.30pm.
Tickets are still available for next month’s event.
They can be purchased from aberdeenperformingarts.com or in person at the box office at His Majesty’s Theatre or the Lemon Tree, or by phoning 01224 641122.