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To find out what spooky things are going on around Aberdeen during Halloween, read on.......
The Aberdeen International Youth Festival is unique in the UK bringing young people together from around the world to Aberdeen and North East Scotland for a unique and diverse range of performances to enjoy.
Aberdeen has it all! Aberdeen has a great number of benefits for residents and visitors alike. The granite city offers a great theatre, exhibition centre, good shopping, cinemas and many sports facilities, plus a wide variety of restaurants and bars.
Aberdeen has some great places to visit, from the new Union Square shopping centre, to Provost Skene's House dating from 1545 and the historic buildings of Old Aberdeen and St Machar's Cathedral.
Union Terrace Gardens planned re-development in the centre of Aberdeen has raised much local controversy. Do you think it should go ahead? Will it improve Aberdeen? Can the city afford it?
North East Open Studios
North East Open Studios
North East Open Studios 12th-21st September offers a wonderful oportunity to visit a wide range of studios and galleries in North East Scotland showing a rich variety of artistic talent.
The Huntly Hairst runs from 5th September through to 7th November with many food events, the World Stovies Competition,Haggis Rolling Race and a Farmers Market.
Two promising oboe players from Aberdeen to perform Britain’s favourite piece of classical music across Europe and Glasgow this month.
A Book of Doric Poems
A Book of Doric Poems
"Fit Like Yer Majesty?" A Book of Doric Poems complied by The Reading Bus In 2007 Matthew Fitt and Sheena Blackhall offered pupils the opportunity to enhance their enjoyment of Scots and to develop literacy skills. This work was so enthusiastically re
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