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Date: Sunday 30th July

Genre: Theatre

Venue: ACT Aberdeen

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £6.60

La Inestable 21 Theatre Company (Spain): Q

By: La Inestable 21

This pre-professional youth company present this wonderfully creative production where the multiple characters pose questions and challenges to Q, a sixteen year old girl who is at a pivotal time of change in her life and is under pressure to make decisions that will shape her fate.

Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2uNCdak

Date: Sunday 30th July

Genre: Song

Venue: Queens Cross Church Sanctuary

Time: 8pm
Cost: £6.60

Concert featuring AIYF Ensemble

By: Hamrahlidarkorinn

The AIYF Ensemble have been brought together from some of the UK's leading conservatories and feature some of the most exciting new voices in the country. As well as the full ensemble repertoire, audiences will be treated to some songs from individual members. Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2tPReep

Date: Sunday 30th July

Genre: Dance

Venue: Westburn Park

Time: 12pm - 8pm
Cost: £FREE

Aberdeen Mela One World Day

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AT AIYF Venue: Westburn Park, Westburn Road, AB25 3DE Time: 12pm – 8pm Cost: Free   We are delighted that the Aberdeen Multicultural Centre (AMC) are bringing the Aberdeen Mela – One World Day to AIYF as part of a new partnership between the two organisations. With origins in the Asian countries, there are now Mela festivals all over the world and they are traditionally a time for communities to come together and celebrate their cultural traditions through performances and food. Aberdeen Mela – One World Day will take all of these traditions and extend into a day for all communities in the North-East with a wide range of traditional music, dance, theatre, song and stories, as well as a range of ethnic food & drink. Central to the day is a celebration and a Aberdeen Mela - One World Day, Sunday 30th July bringing together of the many diverse communities in Aberdeen and the North East of Scotland. Supporting the wealth of local artists will be some headline performers from across the UK and Scotland as well as some international visitors from the AIYF. As well as a desire to forge a closer cultural understanding through a Mela event there is also an opportunity to promote stronger community, health and environmental understanding. The event is supported by volunteers from The Lions, local Asian networks and community groups. Come along and enjoy the whole event which is completely free of charge!

Date: Monday 31st July

Genre: Classical

Venue: Queens Cross Church Sanctuary

Time: 11am
Cost: £6.60

Up Close & Musical: Roslin String Quartet

By: Roslin String Quartet

The Roslin String Quartet are based in Glasgow and have come together to explore repertoire that is inspired from classical and traditional music from across the world. All graduates of Royal Conservatiore of Scotland who's repertoire will include the String Quartet in G minor by Greig. Tickets can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/2tJHvEu

Date: Monday 31st July

Genre: Theatre

Venue: Lemon Tree

Time: 1.30pm
Cost: £6.60

Theatre Double Bill: Foreign Language School (Russia) & Variant (Ukraine)

By: Foreign Language School, Narenji

This double bill is aimed at young audiences and families and introduces two new companies to AIYF. The Foreign Language School use theatre to help the students to learn English and they are performing their own version of the Shakespearian classic Romeo and Juliet. Variant bring a simple piece of storytelling, performed in English, which tells of Mauno and how he struggles when moving to a city to remain a good person.

Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2tM916W

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