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Make your next event a fairy tale

Once upon a time, two friends bought an events company dedicated to bringing a little magic to weddings, parties, corporate and charity events. Two years later and Steph Lloyd and Jill Butler- Rennie have been delighting customers all over the North-east of Scotland with their creative approach, quickly gaining a reputation as the perfect event…

The Creative Colourist

I’ve always been artistic and following on from school, I went to Aberdeen College to do a HND in Graphic Design. I then got a proper job working in a variety of positions including Senior Artworker and later as a Marketing Co-ordinator. As well as working full time, I had a family to look after…

Nuart Aberdeen

Keep an eye out for Nuart One of the city’s most popular art festivals takes place between 12th and 15th April. New street art, from some of Europe’s leading artists, will be adorning walls and buildings across the city centre. It’s a festival for everybody; unlike traditional galleries, where some people don’t feel they belong,…

The last word

Taelor Shand: Full speed ahead When you meet the petite Taelor Shand, you can hardly believe she likes nothing better than living life in the fast lane. To be precise, that involves driving at great speed in her chosen hobby of circuit racing. Taelor has been rising through the ranks since she started competing at…

Performance magic

Magic is one of the world’s oldest performance arts, but Fifth Dimension – a team of magicians and presenters – has been using it to help teams raise their performance in the workplace. Jeff Burns, who set up the company with Ivor Smith (and Bill Duncan –now retired) back in 1999, says, ‘Magic is all…

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