GREAT THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND
Join the coaches who will provide the equipment to help you learn more about the sport. Wrap up warm and bring clean trainers. Curl Aberdeen, Eday Walk, Aberdeen, 10am to noon Sunday.
BIRD BOX BASH
In conjunction with Nest Box Week, drop in event, come along and build your own nest box, children must be accompanied. Meeting at the Bennachie Centre, Chapel of Garioch, 10am to 3.30pm Saturday. The much-loved Gilbert and Sullivan operetta presented by University of Aberdeen Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Expect
a riot of music and colour.
Arts Centre, King Street, Aberdeen. Showing nightly 7.30pm until Saturday.
THIS IS PERFORMANCE ART
Peacock Visual Arts and Citymoves Dance present a festival featuring some of the most exciting and influential performance artists in the world. Various city venues until Saturday. Presented by Haddo Children’s Theatre. Something strange is going on at St Campion’s Comprehensive, Haddo House, by Tarves, showing 7pm tonight and tomorrow. Also 2.30pm Saturday and Sunday.
RBS SIX NATIONS ROADSHOW
Andy Nicol, pictured left, will be in attendance from noon until 3pm to meet fans in the build up to Scotland’s crucial home games in the Six Nations championship. Aberdeen’s Union Square, 10am to 4pm Saturday. Exhibition by artists who have attended workshops at The Woodend Barn, Banchory. Until Tuesday.
Breakneck Comedy, The Blue Lamp, Gallowgate, featuring The Reverend Obadiah Steppenwolf III – star of Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights – JoJo Sutherland and Stuart Mitchell, 8pm Saturday.
TAVAZIVA DANCE: DOUBLE TAKE
Choreographer and musician Bawren Tavaziva unravels an inspirational soundtrack accompanied by the sweet sounds of African vocalist Tsungai Tsikirai and dancers in this celebration of culture, hardship, agony and joy. The Woodend Barn, Banchory, 7.30pm Saturday.
FLYING HIGH: Tavaziva Dance step out at the Woodend Barn, Banchory.