There are still some great Aberdeen Events in January going ahead even with the increasing of restrictions in Scotland.
The First Minister cancelled all of Scotland’s large-scale New Year’s Eve celebrations due to the new Omicron variant of Covid.
Rules mean that Hogmanay at Aberdeen venues will now be a very different affair. Bars, restaurants and hotels will be required to limit customer numbers as well as ensuring the social distancing of revellers.
So, Hogmanay may on the quiet side again, but fingers crossed some of the great January events planned in Aberdeen will still go ahead.
Here is Aberdeen Taxis’ roundup of the best Aberdeen events in January 2022.
Friday 21st January
Dreamboys are heading to The Tivoli Theatre with their brand new Too Hard to Resist UK Tour. Let the boys tease, tantalise, and sweep you off your feet as you enjoy the raunchiest night out of the year. Expect chiselled torsos, high-energy dance routines and boy-next-door seduction that will leave your heart pounding!
So, if you fancy an Aberdeen Events in January blinded by the glare of oiled up bodies and a tanked-up audience – then get your tickets now!
Tickets start at £23.50 and can be bought from the Aberdeen Performing Arts website – Aberdeen Events January.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Tuesday 25th– 29th January
Direct from London, the smash hit production of C.S. Lewis’ classic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, voted the nations favourite book in 2019, is coming to Aberdeen’s His Majesty’s Theatre. Starring TV and theatre star Samantha Womack as the evil White Witch, step through the wardrobe into the enchanted kingdom of Narnia for this classic tale showing in Aberdeen Events this January.
Tickets start at £18.50 and can be bought here.
Sunday 30th January
New darling of BBC Radio 6 Hamish Hawk makes his way to The Tunnels this January to share his troubadour stylings with the city. The Scot is being touted as the ‘next big thing’ and his singles are getting more and more airplay as the year goes on. If you don’t know his work, check out his single ‘THE MAURITIAN BADMINTON DOUBLES CHAMPION, 1973’ and try and tell me he’s not a proper singer-songwriter of some note. Think The Divine Comedy and you’ll be close to the sound and style of the Edinburgh lad’s offerings.
Tickets are only £11 and can be bought here on Seetickets website.
Belle & Sebastian
Monday 31st January
Belle & Sebastian are one of the most cherished and celebrated UK acts of recent decades. The DIY indie peddlers return to Aberdeen this January to play their beloved hits and newer material.
They have released 11 critically acclaimed albums including Tigermilk, If You’re Feeling Sinister and The Boy with The Arab Strap and many classic EPs and singles, including most recently the How To Solve Our Human Problems trilogy.
Tickets are £35.75 each and can be found on the Ticketmaster website.