FLORA, FAUNA AND OTHER FORMS

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - YOUR WEEKEND - King’s Theatre, Ed­in­burgh. Theatre Royal, Glas­gow. St An­drew’s Cathe­dral, Aberdeen. Eden Court, In­ver­ness.

Bon­ny­muir Green, a com­mu­nity mar­ket gar­den, green space and cafe in the Mid­stocket area of Aberdeen, is host­ing a unique creative arts pro­gramme in Novem­ber which gives bud­ding lo­cal artists the chance to see their work dis­played along­side emerg­ing tal­ent from the Scot­tish scene. The month-long ex­hi­bi­tion called Flora, Fauna and Other Forms has been or­gan­ised with Nomad, an artist ini­tia­tive run by lo­cal cu­ra­tor Caitlin Dick. Along with dis­plays of themed art­work there will be two work­shops, talks by the Nomad artists and a chance for lo­cals to dis­play their own cre­ations.

The open­ing pre­view takes place to­mor­row from 6-9pm, and there­after the ex­hi­bi­tion will run un­til Novem­ber 28.

Free creative work­shops by the artists will take place on Novem­ber 10 and 17 from noon-2pm, and a free artists talk, to round off the ex­hi­bi­tion, takes place on Novem­ber 28.

● Con­tact: Caitlin Dick on [email protected] out­look.com or @bonny muir­green on Face­book.

Grampian Con­cert Or­ches­tra per­for­mance, con­ducted by Tim Tricker. Tick­ets £8/£5, from 7.30pm.

Daviot Hall, Near In­ver­ness. So­cial Dancers In­ver­ness: Steven Car­cary, 8-11.45pm. White­hall Theatre, Dundee. Acari Com­edy Hyp­no­tist – Hal­loween Show, 7.30pm. Pit­lochry Fes­ti­val Theatre. Faith Healer, star­ring Ge­orge Costi­gan and Kirsty Stu­art, 2pm and 7.30pm. Dundee Rep. Jane Eyre, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Perth Theatre. Kes, 7.30pm; Meet the Play­wright: Robert Alan Evans talks about adapt­ing the iconic story of Kes for the stage, 4pm. Ed­in­burgh Play­house. The Rocky Hor­ror Show, 5.30pm and 8.30pm. Prism, star­ring Robert Lind­say and Tara Fitzger­ald, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. King’s Theatre, Glas­gow. Mo­town The Mu­si­cal, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Agatha Christie’s The Mouse­trap, star­ring Su­san Pen­haligon, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Mid­stocket Parish Church, Aberdeen. En­ter­tain­ment by jazz pi­anist Neil Birse. En­try by do­na­tion. All wel­come, 3pm. Daviot Vil­lage Hall, Aberdeen­shire .NE Aberdeen­shire Mem­bers Cen­tre con­cert of tra­di­tional mu­sic, song and sto­ries, per­formed by the Perth based duo PlaidSong. All wel­come, tick­ets are avail­able via email ne.aberdeen­shire. [email protected] and also at the door, from 7.30pm. Mu­si­cian Ni­cholas Daniel show­cases new mu­sic for oboe and vi­o­lin. Part of the Sound Fes­ti­val. Rusty Nail, Aberdeen. Fit­liken band, from 9.30pm. P&J Live, Aberdeen. Wet Wet Wet. Doors, 6pm. Lemon Tree, Aberdeen. She Drew the Gun, 8.30pm.

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