We are nearing Christmas but plans have already been made to bring a host of great bands and events to Kincardine and Mearns after Christmas and into 2015.
The Old Blind Dogs will be helping warm up for Hogmanay at Stonehaven Town Hall on Monday ,December 29 ,with support from Lorellei 8pm-midnight Tickets £15 standard, £13 concession.
There will also be a family karaoke night on Tuesday, December 30, starting from 6pm onwards and adults only from 10pm-1am. If you’ve ever wanted to sing a song from Frozen now is your chance at £3 per person or £10 for family ticket (4 adults or 2 adultas and 4 concession).
Big Country will stop by Stonehaven on their tour next year coming to the town hall on Saturday, February 21, with Stonehaven’s own Colin Clyne and The Carrons supporting.
This event is sponsored by Brasserie 1763 and The Big Moon Cafe.
Musical fans will have the chance to see Hairspray at the Stonehaven Town Hall in March next year. The story follows plump teenager Tracy Turnblad’s dream is to dance on The Corny Collins Show in 1962 Baltimore, Maryland.
It will run from March 18-21 with shows on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday evening 7.30 doors open at 7pm. Matinee Saturday 2.30pm doors open at 2pm Tickets £10 Standard, £8 concessions.
Finally, back by popular demand, Abbamania will return to Stonehaven on April 18.
The event is being jointly put on by Stephen Jackson and Ma Simpson with a disco and licenced bar available. Tickets £15.
Disco also supplied by Stephen Jackson, licenced bar available.
Tickets available for all events from Ma Simpson’s or at www.masimpsons.com.