New Managing Director Andy Eagle takes over at Aberdeen Performing Arts

Aberdeen Performing Arts has welcomed new Managing Director Andy Eagle.

He took over as head of the arts organization that runs His Majesty’s Theatre, Music Hall and Lemon Tree, as well as producing major festivals in the city, including Granite Noir, the True North Music Festival and the artistic extravagance of young people. Turn on blue.

Commenting Andy said: “It’s a really exciting time for Aberdeen Performing Arts with lots of projects underway and lots of ideas and plans to work on, and in just a few weeks we kick off our September month of festivals and events. events with Wonderland, Wonder Hoose and True North take shape.

“I was warmly welcomed by the team, the future looks bright and exciting and I’m looking forward to it.”

CEO of Aberdeen Performing Arts Andy Eagle.

Andy joins Aberdeen Performing Arts from the Chapter Arts Center in Cardiff and has over 20 years of professional and community arts experience in Wales.

Aberdeen Performing Arts Board Chairman Craig Pike said: “We are delighted to have welcomed Andy to Aberdeen.

“His wealth of experience and vision will be a tremendous asset to all of us at Aberdeen Performing Arts and we look forward to what lies ahead.”


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