10 GREAT THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND
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.
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.
Easy rides led by Grampian Cyclists’ Touring Club, meet at Riverside Drive, Duthie Park, 10am Sunday.
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
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.