Peacock Visual Arts present Ignore the Management, an exhibition by Michele Horrigan and Sean Lynch. With thanks to John Morrison, Marketing & Communications Manager, Peacock Visual Arts. For some years now, through both artistic and curatorial activities, Michele Horrigan and Sean Lynch have investigated the multifaceted nature of the public realm. With a focus on their native Ireland, their activities find and develop models that challenge the societal measures and institutional values that aim to manage and orient human behaviour in our increasingly technocratic world. Sean Lynch presents two videos at the W OR M project space in Aberdeen’s historic Castlegate. Latoon focuses on an unusual story of a whitethorn bush close to Lynch’s studio in Limerick. In 1999, folklorist Eddie Lenihan […]
In this weeks issue
- Waste Report Highlights Major Risk Of Failure
- Aberdeen Private Clinic Supports ‘Moon Travellers’
- The Mikado At Drum Castle This Sunday
- Food And Drink Producers Blend In Spirit Of Speyside
- ITCA Seek Applications From Tomorrow’s Engineers
- Bouncing Day Of Fun At Haddo House This Sunday
- The Curious Incident At HMT – Duncan Harley Reviews
- Tiny Toadstools And Monster Mushrooms In Magical Event
- Visit Crowns 150 Years Of Aboyne Highland Games
- Coastal Wildlife Facing Threats From Selfie Takers
With thanks to Ross Anderson, Senior Account Manager, Citrus:Mix
Organisers of Aberdeen Comedy Festival have signed up several new venues across the city centre as they announce a new and improved format for this year.
A total of ten new venues have signed up to host stand-up shows in the Granite City later this year, bringing the total number of venues to 27.
Launched by Aberdeen Inspired in 2016, this years’ festival will run from Thursday, October 5 to Sunday, October 15.
The eleven-day festival, which has been organised with programming partner Breakneck Comedy, will feature national and international comedians performing across the city centre.
With thanks to Eoin Smith, Senior Account Executive, Tricker PR Little Owen Farquharson really is a miracle baby: conceived on a third and final attempt at IVF and then born in breech in the back of a car with the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck, his parents feel blessed that he is about to celebrate his fifth birthday. So, it seemed fitting to mum Denise Middler that she would mark the milestone occasion with a year of personal challenges to give thanks for Owen growing up into a strong little boy and to show how he has helped to turn her own life around. Over the past seven months she has taken a leap of faith on white-knuckle zip […]
With thanks to Gemma Setter, PR Account Executive, Frasermedia. An Aberdeenshire salon is showing its commitment to the local community by supporting cyclists in the region’s newest bike ride. In a bid to boost morale and community spirit, staff from The Lounge at Chapelton, near Newtonhill, will be providing complimentary leg and shoulder massages to cyclists at this year’s Chapelton Bike Ride. Taking place on Sunday, September 3, the bike ride is held in aid of North East Sensory Services (NESS) and is returning to the village of Chapelton for the second year in a row. Last year, over 250 cyclists took part in the inaugural Chapelton Bike Ride, raising over £6,500 for NESS. NESS, which has offices in Aberdeen, […]
With thanks to Gemma Setter, PR Account Executive, Frasermedia.
Organisers of Aberdeenshire’s newest bike ride are hoping to attract record numbers of participants through the launch of a new 5K charity walk.
The Chapelton Bike Ride returns for a second year on Sunday, September 3, with the addition of the new Chapelton 5K Walk sponsored by Liberty Retirement Living, which will coincide with the event’s 42-mile and 12-mile bike rides.
Held in aid of North East Sensory Services (NESS), the event was formerly the Great Stonehaven Bike Ride, before it moved to the village of Chapelton, near Newtonhill.
A leading north-east cancer charity is launching a new event in the heart of Royal Deeside. With thanks to Ross Anderson, Senior Account Manager, Citrus:Mix
CLAN at the Castle will take place in the grounds of Crathes Castle on Sunday, September 10, to raise funds for north-east cancer support charity CLAN Cancer Support.
On the day, the historic castle will provide the backdrop for three sponsored walk routes and a fun day with inflatables, entertainment and refreshments.
The sponsored walks will cover one mile, 5.7 miles and 13 miles taking in woodland tracks around the castle grounds and local area.