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His Majesty's Theatre:
Wednesday 10th April 2013 - Carmen: Starring international mezzo soprano Nadia Stoianova whose portrayals of Carmen have won rapturous reviews.
The Beach Ballroom:
Wednesday 10th April 2013 - Easter Tea Dance. Featuring That Swing Sensation & Fly Right Dance Company, Ticket: £5.50 - refreshments included.
The Lemon Tree:
Friday 12th April 2013 - Kate Nash, a British solo artist with top 40 hits in more than 10 countries worldwide.
ALL Energy Conference 2013
22-23 May www.all-energy.co.uk
Aberdeen Highland Games:
Hazelhead Park 16 June
His Majesty's Theatre: 9to5
A new musical from Dolly Parton 24-29 June
9to 5 The Musical is a hilarious new musical comedy based on the hit movie.
AECC: Offshore Europe 3-6 Sept
Braemar Highland Games : 07 Sept
His Majesty's Theatre: The Rocky Horror Show
9-14 Sept 2013 : 40th Anniversary Production ( Musical)
His Majesty's Theatre: Hairspray
16-21 Sept 2013 : The ultimate feel-good show
His Majesty's Theatre : Cinderalla
30 Nov 2013- 05 Jan 2014 :The Greatest Pantomime of them all
AECC: JLS Evolution Tour 6 Dec
Maritime Museum - The award-winning museum tells of the city's long relationship with the Sea and features unique displays on shipbuilding, fast sailing ships, fishing, port history and the North Sea’s oil and gas industry. It is located on the historic Shiprow and incorporates Provost Ross’s House, a late 16th century dwelling house.
Provost Skene’s House, dating from 1545, is a museum that now houses an attractive series of period rooms, which show how people lived in the 17th, 18th and early 19th centuries. The house is named after one of Aberdeen's most famous residents, Lord Provost George Skene, who is thought to have commissioned the carved plaster ceilings. There is an unusual series of religious paintings to admire in the Painted Gallery and a changing display of dress in The Costume Gallery.
The Cowdray Hall is a popular concert venues owed, in part, to its superb acoustics. It is regularly hired by cultural organisations and features a busy programme of concerts and recitals. It hosts a popular Lunchbreak Concert series in association with the University of Aberdeen. It is “home” to Aberdeen Chamber Music Club's concert season.
Satrosphere has interactive exhibits for visitors, adults and children alike, to discover more about the world around them and the science of how things work. Satrosphere holds some fantastic children’s workshops throughout the school holidays giving parents a break to enjoy a walk along the beach or a cup of coffee in a seaside café.
The Lemon Tree is
Peacock Visual Arts is Aberdeen's contemporary visual arts organisation and is supported by Aberdeen City Council and Creative Scotland.
Aberdeen's Music Hall is a lovely concert hall in the classical style and was originally
A visit to Aberdeen's wouldn't be complete without a trip to Codona’s. Featuring amusement park and arcade, indoor and outdoor adventure golf and kids’ indoor adventureland. If you have younger children, under 10, consider whether you want to go at the beginning of your trip – because if you do you will be pestered to return to Codona’s every day for the rest of your trip.
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