Ten glorious years of the experimental folk group mesmerises Banchory.
A Scottish reimagination of Paul Simon’s seminal 1986 LP.
Electro, funk and disco are mashed with unmistakable West-African groove.
Reggae pioneer preaches his gospel in Aberdeen
Folk heavyweights play to a full Blue Lamp in Aberdeen
An inventive mix of Eastern European and Celtic folk music at Aberdeen’s Underdog
A moving musical collaboration on the epidemic of loneliness
Imaginative lo-fi visual theatre charms Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree
Outing his first solo album in six years, Drever mesmerises Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree
Marischal College provides a stunning backdrop for the National Theatre of Scotland’s story of Aberdeen.
The Soweto Kinch Trio close the Aberdeen Jazz Festival in exceptional style.
Manchester’s Riot Jazz Brass Band bring their infamous brass-y, party vibe north to Aberdeen’s Jazz Festival.
A bone-chilling documentary that examines the increasing militarisation of American SWAT units.
An outrageously incredible account of American rock ‘n’ roll history, as told by Danny Fields.
The original rude boy Neville Staple performs at Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree.
Manchester’s jazz trio GoGo Penguin attract a full and rapturous crowd in Aberdeen.
An intricate animated theatre piece featuring the sweetest crumpled piece of brown paper you’ll ever encounter.
Hector Bizerk bring their unique style of hip-hop north to a rapturous crowd in Aberdeen.
Ambitious youngsters begin where Shakespeare left off in a tale of Macbeth’s successors.
New York’s Felice Brothers find themselves right at home in Aberdeen.
With Lau stranded in Shetland, Norway’s Valkyrien Allstars steer the ship for the final Northern Arc Sessions concert.
Scotland meets Norway in the second of a series of Northern inspired concerts.
Bridie Jackson and guests transform Aberdeen’s Tunnels into a soul-soothing cathedral.
Story of Aberdeenshire artist James McBey captures his youthful essence, but in a rather straightforward plot