1. Get the hottest tickets in town in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £12 instead of £24 for one ticket to The Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels in Aberdeen; from the producer of the world’s largest burlesque events. That's a saving of 50%.

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    via ITISON
  2. Royal Opera House Live screening at the Belmont

    A new production of Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chènier will be shown on the big screen on Thursday at 7.15pm.

    ROH Live: Andrea Chènier - Belmont Filmhouse

    ROH Live: Andrea Chènier - Belmont Filmhouse

    via BELMONTFILMHOUSE
  3. Demolition of historic Craiginches prison is begun

    Preparations for the demolition began earlier this month, and the work is expected to be completed by May.

    Demolition of historic 125-year-old Craiginches prison under way

    Demolition of historic 125-year-old Craiginches prison under way

    via STV NEWS
  4. New RGU exhibition aims to showcase staff and students' talents

    RGU’s Got Talent looks at the personal creative work of staff and students across all disciplines of the university.

    Among the talents on show will be painting, photography, embroidery and knitting.

    RGU's Got Talent | Current Exhibitions | Robert Gordon University (RGU

    RGU's Got Talent | Current Exhibitions | Robert Gordon University (RGU

    via RGU
  5. The Fair Intellectual Club coming to the Lemon Tree

    This moving story will be in town on February 26. Tickets are on sale now.

    The Fair Intellectual Club | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    The Fair Intellectual Club | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    via ABERDEENPERFORMINGARTS
  6. School children mark 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz

    The Press & Journal assemblies to mark the occasion are taking place at academies across Aberdeenshire today. The international commemoration remembers the millions of people who died, or whose lives were changed irreparably during the Holocaust

    Aberdeenshire pupils mark #HolocaustMemorialDay http://t.co/qx76A5MbLk http://t.co/v74JjKL3VX

    The Press & Journal

    @pressjournal
    via Twitter
  7. Aberdeen firefighter supporting the Sandpiper Trust's Wildcat Project

    Greg Wilson, who is based in the city, is helping to raise money for the project, the aim of which is to raise the survival rates of patients with emergency heart problems living in remote areas of Grampian and other areas of Scotland.

    Latest News - Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

    Latest News - Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

    via FIRESCOTLAND
  8. Congestion on the A90 at the Parkway

    Thanks to @PolScotRoadsNE who report that roadworks are causing congestion on the road, with drivers asked to avoid the area if possible.

    We have been made aware of congestion on the A90 at the Parakway due to roadworks. Please avoid the area if possible #abztravel

    NE Roads Updates

    @PolScotRoadsNE
    via Twitter
  9. Dance the night away with Shindig

    If you're yearning for more ceilidh action after Burns Night, then head along to the Music Hall this Friday. And don't forget your dancing shoes.

    Shindig

    Shindig

    via SHINDIGBAND
  10. Willie Young standing by the claim that breaking deal would cost £100m

    The Evening Express reports finance convener said Aberdeen City Council faced being sued over Marischal Square. But opposition leader Callum McCaig said discussions with officers suggested the biggest risk to the council was from “reputational damage”.

    Aberdeen councillor stands by claim that breaking deal would cost £10

    Aberdeen councillor stands by claim that breaking deal would cost £10

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  11. Police Scotland detain eleven in connection with football violence

    The people have been detained in Aberdeen and Dundee. Fifty officers carried out raids on 17 properties shortly after 6am this morning.

    Trouble flared after Aberdeen’s 2-0 win over Dundee United at Tannadice on December 13.

    Eleven people detained over 'football-related violence' in raids

    Eleven people detained over 'football-related violence' in raids

    via STV NEWS
  12. Met Office weather warning still in place

    The yellow warning of severe weather, specifically for snow, is still in place for tomorrow morning.

    via STV
  13. Watch: Westhill to Torry in under two minutes

    Wouldn't it be good if the daily commute was as quick as this timelapse video from YouTube user Bindo?

    Play 'Aberdeen Traffic Timelapse - Westhill to Torry'
    via YOUTUBE
  14. Dons ready for #SemiFinalSaturday

    Some of Aberdeen's first-team squad have taken a break from preparing for this weekend's League Cup semi-final against Dundee United to respond to fan's good luck messages.

    Watch some Dons stars respond to your #SemiFinalSaturday messages to the team! Does your message feature? | http://t.co/D75NhIVyY8 | #COYR!

    Aberdeen FC

    @AberdeenFC
    via Twitter
  15. Cineworld's movies for juniors this weekend

    This Sunday's offering is the hugely popular Boxtrolls, which begins at 10.15am.

    The Boxtrolls - Movies For Juniors

    The Boxtrolls - Movies For Juniors

    via CINEWORLD
  16. Two vehicle accident at the Spurryhillock Junction

    The Evening Express reports a white Volvo C30 and red Citroen DS3 were involved in the incident, with police called to the scene at 7.40am this morning.

    Two vehicles crash on North-east road

    Two vehicles crash on North-east road

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  17. Get the hottest tickets in town in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £12 instead of £24 for one ticket to The Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels in Aberdeen; from the producer of the world’s largest burlesque events. That's a saving of 50%.

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    Burlesque Ball at The Tunnels

    via ITISON
  18. Absurd theatre coming to The Lemon Tree this March

    The uplifting piece Long Live the Little Knife will be gracing the stage on March 27. Tickets are available now.

    Long Live the Little Knife | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    Long Live the Little Knife | Aberdeen Performing Arts

    via ABERDEENPERFORMINGARTS
  19. Man stole £200 from his elderly mother days before Christmas

    The Evening Express reports James Wood appeared from custody at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and admitted taking the £200 from his 83-year-old mum on December 21 last year.

    Aberdeen man stole £200 from his 83-year-old mum

    Aberdeen man stole £200 from his 83-year-old mum

    via EVENINGEXPRESS
  20. Gerry Jablonski and his band set to rock the stage

    This Friday, the roof of Downstairs is going to be blown off with some great music. Tickets are on sale now.

    via
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