Rosie’s café is not only a well known eatery in Aberdeen’s Rosemount area, but is now transforming into a top music venue for local musicians.

Part of Scottish charity Turning Point Scotland, Rosie’s Café is well known in Aberdeen for its fantastic food and friendly atmosphere as well as adding value by being a social enterprise supporting people recovering from mental health issues to gain valuable work experience.

And for the first time, on Friday, 14 January, Rosie’s will be hosting a musical fundraising event entitled ‘A New Year Medley of Music and Art’.  Organised by four girls from Albyn School in Aberdeen, the evening is bursting with local talent including performances by singer/songwriter Oliver Richards and all girl group AB15.

As well as musical entertainment, the audience can enjoy a selection of artwork which will be on display and available to buy, and a raffle with proceeds going to Rosie’s.  The prices are spectacular including donations from Malmaison, SAKS, Aberdeen Watersports and many, many more!

Doors open at 7pm and tickets are available at the door on the night. Tickets are limited so if you want to make sure you don’t miss out – pop along to Rosie’s today to grab yourself ticket for a night to remember.