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Celebrate Aberdeen- 22/23 August 

Celebrate ABerdeen

Celebrate Aberdeen is back for another year with a fantastic lineup. Held on the 22 and 23 August there will be a host of free events.
The weekend will begin with a parade featuring different different charities, social enterprises and volunteering organisations. Performers over the two day event will include traditional folk singer Iona Fyfe, musician Colin Clyne and the Scottish rockers Uniform plus many more.

For full line up with times please see their website. 

Artists Wanted 

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GRAMPIAN HOSPITALS ART TRUST are looking for submissions for exhibitions and/or projects for the Small Gallery at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and The Dress Circle Bar in His Majesty’s Theatre.
For full guidelines please see their Website 
APPLICATIONS
To apply send submission to
Tamsin Greenlaw

Exhibition Co-ordinator

Grampian Hospitals At Trust

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Aberdeen

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Win Tickets to Tech Fest 

Aberdeen Festivals are giving you the chance to win two tickets to TechFest’s ‘Demystifying BMI and the Truth About Fat’ at Robert Gordon University on Sunday 13th September at 5pm.

This event will explore the controversy surrounding BMI measurements. Join Dr Seleyha Ahsan, a practicing A&E Doctor in London, as she delves into the mysteries of BMI and the truth about fat.

To enter all you have to do is sign up to the newsletter, just click here. 

We hope you are all enjoying the sunshine this week. Follow us on Twitter to join in the cultural conversation.

Have a great week

The AB+ Team.

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