Nuart Aberdeen, the globally acclaimed street art festival, will make its long-awaited return to the north-east next month.
Pop-up Opera takes two specially-adapted trailers on the road with over 200 performances of five Gilbert and Sullivan shows.
Highland-based band Lional are in a celebratory mood with their latest release – Happy Birthday – as the four-piece embrace post-punk undertones.
The couple bring their show to the P&J Live Arena on Monday, December 13.
The tapestry incorporates over 10 million stitches created by over 200 volunteers and at 104m long it is one of the longest in the world.
The line up includes The Tremeloes, Herman’s Hermits, The Marmalade, The Merseybeats, PJ Proby, Steve Ellis, Mamas and Papas UK and Dave Berry.
A summer concert at Bught Park has been postponed to next year.
Dougie Vipond is at a spectacular hill fort in the latest edition where a team of archaeologists have recently made an incredible discovery.
Hayward Gallery Touring’s landmark exhibition, British Art Show 9 will open at Aberdeen Art Gallery on July 10 and run until October.
Thursday, April 29 will be a big day in Alford as the Grampian Transport Museum opens for the 2021 season.
The Climate Tales competition has been announced as part of the COP 26 event.