Legendary American blues musician Seasick Steve is to play Aberdeen’s Music Hall in the spring. Famed for his personalised guitars and singing about his early life as a hobo and doing casual work, he will perform at the city venue on Sunday, April 19.
Some of world music’s most exciting talents and three national Poets Laureate feature in the new line-up announced today by Aberdeen Performing Arts.
In the wake of Armistice Day, and as the 100th World War l commemorations continue, plans are underway to tour a mesmerising play of love and courage, before and during World War l.
Accomplished stage actor Daniel Betts, who last graced the stage of His Majesty Theatre in Aberdeen in a murder thriller last May, is set to return in the new year as the lead in Regent Park Open Air Theatre’s production of To Kill A Mockingbird.
Television’s favourite chatty comedian Alan Carr is to return to his stand-up roots next year and star in three intimate gigs at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen.
Critically-acclaimed singer songwriter Julia Fordham is to perform at an up-close-and-personal gig at Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree on Monday, November 17, as part of a UK homecoming tour after years living and working in Los Angeles.
In the first round of its new Regular Funding programme announced today, Creative Scotland has granted Aberdeen Performing Arts (APA) £1m over three years as an organisation which makes an important contribution to the development of the arts and creative industries.
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