Our guide to the top 10 things to do this weekend
The festival at Stonehaven Harbour includes celebrities, food, rescue demonstrations, children’s activities and much more. Proceeds go to local charity The Maritime Rescue Institute. From noon to 4pm, Sunday.
JOHN AND PATRICE LIVE –
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Comedian John McRuvie teams up with his old side-kick, Patrice, to return with all the characters from The Saturday Lie-In. Arts Centre, King Street, Aberdeen, 7.30pm Saturday. A cabaret of musical theatre and popular music ranging from CeeLo Green to Abba to Queen. Spirito Con
is a newly founded vocal group, establishedinMarch. Torry St Fitticks Parish doors Church,
open at 7pm, tomorrow.
ORKESTRA DEL SOL
The flamboyant Edinburgh ninepiece band blends the best of brass with the swinging sounds of New Orleans, the rhythms of the Middle East or the bouncing beats of Ska.The Lemon Tree, 7.30pm Saturday. Mastrick, Sheddocksley, Summerhill, Community Council and Sheddocksley Baptist Church come together for the usual fun stalls, refreshments, live puppet show, and much more. Sheddocksley Baptist Church, Eday Walk, Aberdeen, noon to 4pm, Saturday.
New exhibition exploring Aberdeen’s links with the Jacobite risings. The 17th century Castle Street jail will be open until September 11. Open 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday. Also 12.30pm to 3.30pm Sunday. Put your beloved dog through its paces with this fun event at Hazlehead Park, Noon to 4pm, Saturday. Presented by West End Dance Studio. Dancing through the years, from the 1960s to present in this fast-
moving show. Aberdeen
Arts Centre, King Street, 7pm tonight.
Come along on Saturday and Sunday for a family outing. The fancy dress parade will kick off on Saturday at 12.30pm from Learney Hall, led by Gala Lass & Lad, pipe band, bikers and cheerleaders. Other highlights include pets’ parade, The Learney Challenge Hill Race, clootie dumpling competition, music, and more.
His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen, hour-long tour charting the 100-year history of the city’s iconic and muchloved theatre. Booking essential, 10.30am Saturday.
FUN AHOY: The MRI Harbour Festival takes place in Stonehaven this weekend.
FUNNY: John and Patrice.