GREAT THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND
THE classic gothic chiller gets a musical retelling in this hit Broadway show. Wet Wet Wet frontman Marti Pellow, pictured, is simply superb in the title role. His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen, showing nightly 7.30pm until Saturday. Also matinee 2pm today and 2.30pm Saturday.
MARK STEEL’S IN TOWN
The stand up who has appeared on Have I Got News for You, QI and Never Mind the Buzzcocks gives his own insights on Aberdeen. The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen. Doors open 7.30pm tonight. Climb the 72 steps of the original lighthouse built in the 16th century for a fascinating glimpse into the past. opening, Winter
10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.
Also noon to 4pm Sunday.
Visit this rare breeds farm on the Coast Road, Nigg, to see the 15 new Oxford lambs as well as a host of other animals. The centre is a fun trip for the family. Open daily, 10am to 5pm. Disney's international team of award-winning, world-class figure skaters as favourite characters and classic villains. Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, showing 7pm tonight and tomorrow. Also 11am, 2.45pm and 6.30pm Saturday and Sunday.
MACDUFF MARINE AQUARIUM
Visit the awardwinning coastal museum and see the tank divers feeding the fish. Competition quizzes and colouring sheets to take home. Open daily 10am to 5pm. Ballroom, Latin, sequence dancing. Stonehaven Town Hall, 8pm to 11pm, Saturday. The chance to take a look behind the scenes of this iconic theatre. Booking essential, tours from 10.30am Saturday.
FOSSILS AND FUNNY BONES!
Go on a journey of discovery at this interactive exhibition that lets children explore the prehistoric world through imaginative play and hands-on activities. Also weekend Kitchen Chemistry Show. Satrosphere, The Tram Sheds, Constitution Street, Aberdeen, open daily 10am to 5pm.
Enjoy a wander through the snowdrop-carpeted woodlands followed by afternoon tea. Duff House, Banff, 2pm to 3.30pm Sunday.
SKATES ON: Disney On Ice will thrill audiences at the AECC this week.