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Aberdeen Theatres

Aberdeen is host to several theatres and concert halls, including:

The Tivoli - The theatre was founded in 1872 as Her Majesty’s, designed by James Matthews and C.B. Phipps, and improved and redeveloped in 1897 and 1909 by renowned theatrical architect Frank Matcham. Re-opening in 1910 as the Tivoli, the building continued to cater for theatre-going audiences until 1966, when the main auditorium began use as a bingo hall, remaining so until 1997, when the Tivoli finally closed its doors to the public. 

His Majesty's Theatre - His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen is the largest theatre in north-east Scotland, seating more than 1400. The theatre is sited on Rosemount Viaduct, opposite the city's Union Terrace Gardens. It was designed by Frank Matcham and opened in 1906

Aberdeen Arts Centre - ACT Aberdeen is a theatre on King Street in AberdeenScotland
The 350 seater auditorium regularly plays host to music and drama events and is the focus for much of Aberdeen's amateur dramatic activities. The theatre is on two levels, with an upper and a lower gallery for audiences

The Lemon Tree - The Lemon Tree is a buzzing alternative entertainment venue on North Street in Aberdeen. The Lemon Tree showcases the very best musicians and comedians in the downstairs 550 capacity Lounge, with a bar which serves beers from local brewery Brewdog. Cutting-edge drama and dance can be enjoyed in the Studio, which has a capacity of 166. Kate’s Bar is a great place to relax before watching one of the Studio’s intimate performances

The Lemon Tree

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5 West North Street, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB24 5AT
 
 

The Lemon Tree is a buzzing alternative entertainment venue on North Street in Aberdeen.

The Lemon Tree showcases the very best musicians and comedians in the downstairs 550 capacity Lounge, with a bar which serves beers from local brewery Brewdog.

Cutting-edge drama and dance can be enjoyed in the Studio, which has a capacity of 166. Kate’s Bar is a great place to relax before watching one of the Studio’s intimate performances