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entertainment in aberdeen, scotland

Aberdeen is the entertainment, leisure and cultural centre of North-east Scotland. With its sparkling granite buildings, Aberdeen has one of Scotland’s most enchanting skylines, while the old town has a magical air of time gone by.

A fantastic range of first class restaurants and a vibrant nightlife combined with a thriving cultural calendar and shops galore, all help make Scotland’s third largest city well worth the trip.

To round off a day in Aberdeen and Grampian, the range of nightlife is perhaps surprisingly extensive. Visit during a festival or highland gathering in particular and the choice of evening entertainment is
particularly good - but whatever the time of year there is much to entertain young and old alike. Great nightclubs and cinemas are to be found in Aberdeen, as well as an acclaimed theatre, His Majesty’s Theatre.

Aberdeen is also very much on the touring concert circuit although the area's musical treats don’t just end there. Aberdeen and Grampian is home to a number of talented musicians and in many communities, towns and villages you will find informal sessions and ceilidhs that fill the evening air with music, song and laughter,

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