Granite Noir is coming back with a series of firsts – including Ian Rankin making his debut at Aberdeen’s hugely successful crime-writing festival.
Aberdeen Performing Arts
Louie Spence is good with languages.
Paul James Corrigan shall go to the ball.
A West End and Broadway musical sensation is heading for Aberdeen as part of a UK tour.
Aberdeen Performing Arts has made more than £5 million and attracted audiences in excess of 300,000 in the past year, a new report reveals.
SO, what’s a self-confessed “scaredy cat” doing in a production of The Exorcist? Having the time of her life according to Sophie Ward.