Our guide to the top 10 things to do this weekend
Anniversary production of the hilarious political satire direct from the West End. Jim Hacker, played by Richard McCabe, pictured, is back with spin, BlackBerrys and dossiers. His Majesty’s Theatre,
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Join the RSPB for a guided walk to view the thousands of guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes back on the sea cliff for their breeding season. Five miles south of Stonehaven, follow road signs for Crawton, booking essential, wear suitable clothing. At 2pm Sunday. A run from Crathes to Torphins featuring 50 cars, live music, refreshments, vehicle display. Based Milton at
of Crathes, judging announced at 3.30pm trophy with
presentation, 10am to 4pm Sunday.
Family fun day out with all usual stalls, children's entertainmen. The event is organised by Culter Community Council, Culter School Playing Field, Aberdeen, 10am to 4pm Saturday. Enjoy an actionpacked fun day with entertainment including a Formula One Simulator, a Harry Potter Owl and the chance to get your picture taken with it, stalls and games, 11am to 4pm Saturday.
Join the countryside rangers to explore some ancient mysteries and useful park plants from 2pm to 4pm on Sunday. Meet at the Book of Deer Project Room next to farming museum in Aden Country Park, Mintlaw. Children must be accompanied, Sponsored dog walk at Haddo Country Park from 10.30am on Sunday, with fun and dog shows from 12.30pm. Including chance to look inside a fire engine, bouncy castle and barbecue. From 1.30pm to 4pm, Saturday. Trains running Saturday and Sunday. First train from Dufftown leaves at 11.25am. First train from Keith leaves at 12.15pm.
4TH COAST FESTIVAL
Community led festival on the theme of Renewal, taking discarded products and infusing them with life, featuring a wide range of creative activities, exhibitions and entertainment. Various venues in and around Banff and Macduff, from 7pm tomorrow until Sunday.
OWL DO: Meet the owls from Harry Potter at Crimond Fun Day.