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The Last Word with Zara Janjua

To borrow a phrase much used in her native Glasgow, Zara Janjua comes across as pure dead brilliant. The sparky 32-year-old is not only an Aberdeen-based roving reporter for STV2’s Live at Five teatime show, but is also creating waves on the stand-up comedy circuit. For starters, how about appearing with Joe Pasquale on the…

NEOS: Connecting with the North-east’s makers

September brings the highlight of the creative year in the North-east, when hundreds of the region’s artists and craftspeople open the doors of their studios to the public during NEOS. Community venues and galleries from Findhorn to Johnshaven are also involved. This year’s North East Open Studios event runs from September 9th to the 17th…

Fifth Dimension: Magically entertaining events

Whether you’re planning a corporate event, family celebration, fundraising spectacular or some festive frolics, you want to ensure that your big event is truly magical. Fifth Dimension brings that touch of magic to any occasion. Over the past 18 years, Fifth Dimension’s Jeff Burns and Ivor Smith have been confounding, perplexing and enchanting audiences at…

Thank you for the music

From the sun-soaked Greek island set, to the time-honoured singalong songs, this performance is guaranteed to lift the lowest spirits. The premise of the show at first seems a tad contrived, but actually the idea to write a story that contains as many ABBA songs as possible is probably the work of a genius. Those…

Neos: Connecting with the North-easts makers

Image: © Rae Osborne September brings the highlight of the creative year in the North-east, when hundreds of the region’s artists and craftspeople open the doors of their studios to the public during NEOS. Community venues and galleries from Findhorn to Johnshaven are also involved. This year’s North East Open Studios event runs from September…

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