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The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - YOUR WEEKEND - Beach Boule­vard, Aberdeen. Bught Park, In­ver­ness. Bog­beth Park, Kem­nay. Fire­works Dis­play, Bal­moral Es­tate, near Bal­later. Gor­don High­landers Mu­seum, View­field Road, Aberdeen. Gar­i­och Her­itage Cen­tre, Loco Works Road, In­verurie. RZZ High­land Wildlife Park

Fire­works Night, hosted by North­sound 1’s Jeff and Lau­ren in the Morn­ing. Fire jug­glers and char­ity walk, 6.30pm; 20 minute fire­works dis­play set to mu­sic, 7.30pm.

Civic Bon­fire and Fire­works Dis­play. Fly Agaric Fire Twirlers and the City of In­ver­ness Se­nior and Ju­nior Pipe Bands, 7pm; Bon­fire lit, 7.30pm; 20 minute fire­works dis­play, 7.50pm.

6.45pm.

Win­ter Sa­fari Tour (www.bal­moral­cas­tle.com/sa­fari.htm for fur­ther de­tails and to book), 10am.

Ex­pe­ri­ence a guided tour of 200 years of ex­tra­or­di­nary courage and gal­lantry (visit www.gor­don­high­landers.com for fur­ther de­tails), 10am-4.30pm.

Dis­plays of so­cial his­tory for lo­cal area from 1900 on­wards, re­source li­brary and cafe, 10am-4pm.

Ru­bis­law Church Cen­tre, Aberdeen. Julie Ringswell will give a talk on Hear­ing Loss – Causes, Help­ful Hints, Tips and In­for­ma­tion. 2pm. All wel­come.

Win­ter Sa­fari Tour (www.bal­moral­cas­tle.com/sa­fari.htm for fur­ther de­tails and to book), 10am. Week­days, un­til De­cem­ber 13.

Dis­plays of so­cial his­tory for lo­cal area from 1900 on­wards, re­source li­brary and cafe, 10am-4pm.

Ex­pe­ri­ence a guided tour of 200 years of ex­tra­or­di­nary courage and gal­lantry (visit www.gor­don­high­landers.com for fur­ther de­tails), 10am-4.30pm.

Start of the Jumps sea­son. Doors, 11.30am; First race, 1.15pm.

De­tails of events have been com­piled from in­for­ma­tion sup­plied by var­i­ous or­gan­i­sa­tions. Care has been taken to en­sure ac­cu­racy, but the Press and Jour­nal ac­cepts no re­spon­si­bil­ity for er­rors or al­ter­ations to de­tails. Send your events to pj.what­[email protected]

Hav­ing had its pre­miere at Glas­gow Film Fes­ti­val last week, Con­nect – an up­lift­ing Scot­tish movie and love story about a young man bat­tling with his men­tal health – is now tour­ing.

It stars Kevin Guthrie (pic­tured, Sun­shine on Leith, Fan­tas­tic Beasts), Siob­han Reilly (An­gels’ Share) and Stephen McCole (Out­law King), but these are no or­di­nary screen­ings as they in­clude a Q&A which, along­side the film it­self, aims to get peo­ple talk­ing about men­tal health.

In Aberdeen it will be screened in Brew­dog Castle­gate on Novem­ber 14 at 7pm. Film-mak­ers An­gel Face Pro­duc­tions has part­nered with lo­cal char­ity Man Chat to or­gan­ise this screen­ing and this will be fol­lowed by the Q&A with pro­ducer and di­rec­tor, Mar­i­lyn Ed­mond, and Wray Thom­son, from Man Chat.

The film is also be­ing screened, and fol­lowed by a Q&A with Mar­i­lyn, at the Fo­cus Film Fes­ti­val, Pick­aquoy Cen­tre, Orkney, on Fri­day Novem­ber 15.

Lemon Tree, Aberdeen. A Play, A Pie and A Pint: It’s Be­hind You, star­ring Paul James Cor­ri­gan and Alan McHugh, 1pm and 6pm, un­til Novem­ber 7; The Moira Mono­logues and more Moira Mono­logues (Dou­ble Bill). Meet the hard­est woman in Falkirk. Moira’s a sin­gle mum and a cleaner, who can’t wait to light a fag and tell her bestie Babs all about the teacher she fan­cies, clean­ing posh folks’ hooses, her thoughts on Brexit, 7pm. Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen. Har­le­quin Pro­duc­tions present Je­sus Christ Su­per­star, 7.30pm. Var­i­ous per­for­mances un­til Novem­ber 9. Perth Theatre. Kes, 7.30pm. Var­i­ous per­for­mances un­til Novem­ber 16. Ed­in­burgh Play­house. Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Mu­si­cal, star­ring Strictly Come Danc­ing win­ner Joe Mc­Fad­den, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Var­i­ous per­for­mances un­til Novem­ber 9. King’s Theatre, Ed­in­burgh. The Ex­or­cist, fea­tur­ing the voice of Ian McK­ellen as the De­mon, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Var­i­ous per­for­mances un­til Novem­ber 9. Fes­ti­val Theatre, Ed­in­burgh. Cabaret, star­ring John Par­tridge, Kara Lily Hay­worth, and Anita Har­ris, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Var­i­ous per­for­mances un­til Novem­ber 9. King’s Theatre, Glas­gow. Mo­town The Mu­si­cal, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Var­i­ous per­for­mances un­til Novem­ber 16. Theatre Royal, Glas­gow. Six, 8pm. Var­i­ous per­for­mances un­til Novem­ber 10. The Le­gion Club, Ding­wall. Ding­wall and Dis­trict Ac­cor­dian and Fid­dle Club mu­si­cal evening with Ian MacPhail Band. From 7.30pm. Mu­sic Hall, Aberdeen. Steve Stein­man’s Any­thing for Love – the Meat­loaf Story, 7.30pm. Blue Lamp, Aberdeen. Aberdeen Folk Club: Open Mic Ses­sion, 8pm. White­hall Theatre, Dundee. Let the Mu­sic Play – The Mu­sic of Barry White, 7.30pm. Thurso Gallery, Thurso Li­brary. From the Cause­waymire. A solo ex­hi­bi­tion of draw­ings, etch­ings and paint­ings, in­spired from places and land­marks along the road from Latheron to Thurso, by Margi Sin­clair, in aid of High Life High­land, 10am-1pm. Cas­tle Gallery, In­ver­ness. Win­ter Mixed Ex­hi­bi­tion, fea­tur­ing a new se­lec­tion of paint­ings, jew­ellery and crafts by a range of gallery artists, 9am-5pm. The Sut­tie Arts Space and The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal In­fir­mary. Grampian Hos­pi­tals Art Trust (GHAT) Ex­hi­bi­tions: Sound­ing Boards and Land­ing Boards, by Gray’s School of Art grad­u­ates Meg Miller and Kim Welch, open 24 hours.

Tick­ets for both events are avail­able through Eventbrite. Visit www.con­nect-film.co.uk

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