His Majesty's Theatre
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Located near Union Terrace Gardens and the Art Gallery this fabulous theatre has always something that is worth seeing be sure to do some research and book tickets in advance if there is something you fancy seeing.
A stunning building and home to the big shows, check out Aberdeen Box Office for information of West End shows during your stay dates
Great for entertainment, music, fun and laughter. Keep an eye on their What's On page.
Aberdeen's famous theatre brings broadway, west end and many major shows to the City.
Book through Aberdeen Box Office. Amazing Theatre fully restored to it's former glory. Good restaurant on the 1st floor for lunches or Pre-Theatre dining.
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