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REVIEW: The Florians' The Steamie by Tony Roper

REVIEW: The Florians' The Steamie by Tony Roper

REVIEW: The Florians' The Steamie by Tony Roper

'... the themes couldn’t have resonated more with an audience just through the trials and tests of coronavirus and lockdown'


Living legend to raise curtain on the first Braemar folk festival

Living legend to raise curtain on the first Braemar folk festival

Living legend to raise curtain on the first Braemar folk festival

Folk legend Peggy Seeger and her son Calum MacColl raise the curtain next Friday night.


Eden Court festival to tie in with COP26 climate change conference

Eden Court festival to tie in with COP26 climate change conference

Eden Court festival to tie in with COP26 climate change conference

Public performances, film screenings and a chance for members of the public to get directly involved are set to mark out a timely new city festival.


Magic, mayhem and spellbinding enchantment are all part of shows announced by Aberdeen Performing Arts

Magic, mayhem and spellbinding enchantment are all part of shows announced by Aberdeen Performing Arts

Magic, mayhem and spellbinding enchantment are all part of shows announced by Aberdeen Performing Arts

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Rock of Ages, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Magic Goes Wrong all head to HMT.


Art exhibition set to open in Inverurie

Art exhibition set to open in Inverurie

Art exhibition set to open in Inverurie

Liz Young will be exhibiting work in The Acorn Centre.


Last chance for remaining Belladrum 2022 tickets

Last chance for remaining Belladrum 2022 tickets

Last chance for remaining Belladrum 2022 tickets

Main headliners and other acts from the previously-cancelled Belladrum have been secured for next year


Autumn art exhibition opens at north-east gallery

Autumn art exhibition opens at north-east gallery

Autumn art exhibition opens at north-east gallery

An autumn art exhibition has opened at Country Frames Gallery at Leslie.


Festival returns to celebrate the best of Doric

Festival returns to celebrate the best of Doric

Festival returns to celebrate the best of Doric

Across the Grain sees a host of events including music, song, poetry and the return of Doric Call My Bluff.


WayWORD Festival brings together top literary names for north-east event

WayWORD Festival brings together top literary names for north-east event

WayWORD Festival brings together top literary names for north-east event

The student-led literary arts festival will take place from September 19 with online and in-person events including Val McDermid and Irvine Welsh.


LONGER READ: Strange epitaph sparked Black Isle writer's thriller

LONGER READ: Strange epitaph sparked Black Isle writer's thriller

LONGER READ: Strange epitaph sparked Black Isle writer's thriller

'Grabbed me from the first page,' Ian Rankin writes about award-nominated book that heads into Scottish Line Of Duty territory


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