Aberdeen’s beloved civic and cultural centre re-opens with a flourish
Tasty launch of popular Aberdeen crime fiction festival
Powerful poetry delivers autobiographical slant with brevity and precision.
Two debut authors leading the short story into thrilling spaces.
The Spiegeltent is treated to an exploration of people, place and language.
Absorbing discussion of myth, discipline and being wild with your writing.
Penetrating and insightful hour in the company of remarkable talent.
Another engaging event under the theme of The Sea Around Us.
Activist, journalist and author reframe the romance of the sea with bleak reports of corruption, trafficking and violence.
Delightful discussion of what poetry can be, what the sea can be and sea blindness.
Jan Simpson reports back from the launch of Aberdeen’s crime fiction festival.
Experiment with tablet footage challenges narrative.
A nostalgic yet refreshing take on romance in Paris both warms and delights.
Intense, compelling drama with utterly absorbing performances.
Poignant and unforgettable journey set in Aberdeen.
Tale of Lincoln’s assassin John Wilkes Booth shows the danger posed by hatred, ambition and vanity.
Aberdeen welcomes the best comedy play seen on stage for a generation.
All too real exploration of loss
Burnistoun pair Robert Florence and Iain Connell bring famous Glaswegian banter north
Thrilling new production of Miller’s allegorical tale full of lessons for these strange times
A top-class singer and a flawless Big Band combine to create magic at HMT.
Granite Noir session gives an enthusiastic prodding to a fundamental question
Jan Simpson dabbles in Doric at an excellent creative writing workshop at Granite Noir.
Authors discuss how setting can offer contrasts in landscape and societal texture