10 GREAT THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK­END

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FOS­SILS AND FUNNY BONES!

Go on a jour­ney of dis­cov­ery at this in­ter­ac­tive ex­hi­bi­tion that lets chil­dren ex­plore the pre­his­toric world. Also week­end Kitchen Chem­istry Show. Sa­tro­sphere, The Tram Sheds, Con­sti­tu­tion Street, Aberdeen, open daily 10am to 5pm.

FES­TI­VAL OF ONE ACT PLAYS

Scot­tish Com­mu­nity Drama As­so­ci­a­tion, Arts Cen­tre, Aberdeen, a va­ri­ety of clas­sic and con­tem­po­rary plays will be judged by the panel, show­ing nightly 7pm un­til Satur­day.

HMT TOURS

The chance to take a look be­hind the scenes. Find out more about the iconic build­ing and its en­ter­tain­ing and spooky

past. His Majesty’s Theatre, Rose­mount, Aberdeen, book­ing es­sen­tial, 10.30am Satur­day.

MOUNTHOOLY IN MAY

Fea­tur­ing the work of artist Anita Jean Ste­wart, who set up her stu­dio on the round­about last sum­mer. Peacock Vis­ual Arts, Cas­tle Street, Aberdeen, show­ing un­til Satur­day.

FLOT­SAM AND JET­SAM

Join the coastal rangers and see what the win­ter storms have washed up on the beach and find out more about the se­cret lives of those liv­ing un­der the sea. Chil­dren should be ac­com­pa­nied, book­ing es­sen­tial, meet­ing at Waters of Philorth Lo­cal Na­ture Re­serve, 10am to noon Sun­day.

WORLD WAR 2 WEEK­END

Duff House, Banff, get a pris­oner's eye view of life in a Scot­tish POW camp on this dra­matic, fact-filled tour, 45-minute shows from 11.30am, 1.30pm and 2.30pm Satur­day.

TRY CY­CLING

Easy rides led by Grampian Cy­clists’ Tour­ing Club, meet at River­side Drive, Duthie Park, 10am Sun­day.

PETS’ COR­NER

See new ar­rival Daisie the An­gloNu­bian goat. Ha­zle­head Park,

10am win­ter open­ing, daily to 3.15pm.

BREAK­NECK COM­EDY SPE­CIAL

Loads of laughs with a line up which will in­clude Stu and Garry, Gus Tawse, Tommy Mackay, John Green­away and Tony Laing. The Blue Lamp, Gal­low­gate, Aberdeen, doors open 8pm

Sun­day.

SEA MARK­ING

The fas­ci­nat­ing story of struc­tures built to warn ships of mar­itime dan­gers, their rea­son for ex­ist­ing and the lives of their keep­ers, many ob­jects on dis­play for the first time. Aberdeen Mar­itime Mu­seum, Shiprow, show­ing un­til May 21.

LOOK­ING BACK: The world of the POW will be ex­plored at Duff House.

CO­ME­DIAN: Gus Tawse.

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