As Dundee Rep Theatre’s new Fife-raised artistic director, Andrew Panton, officially takes up his post, he tells Michael Alexander of his ambition to further the work of the theatre’s award-winning Ensemble across the UK and worldwide.
“Welcome tae 1978. There were nae mobile phones in they days. So if yer posh enough tae hae one, can ye please switch it aff!”
It’s almost two years since Dundee street poet and playwright Gary Robertson brought his humorous tales about bin men to the stage.
Based on the 2000 novel by Jonathan Tulloch, turned into the movie Purely Belter, The Season Ticket has been described as a modern-day Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer story.
In the world of stand-up, acts are expected to turn over a significant amount of material every one or two years.
The Broons return to their spiritual home of Dundee as part of a nationwide tour next week. Maw and Paw take us behind the curtain of a stage show 80 years in the making.
It’s not every day you walk out of a theatre hearing people say things like ‘best show I’ve seen in a long time’ or ‘cracking ’!
Preparations are under way for Dundee's biggest dance festival, which comes to the city this weekend.
Remembering Witch's Blood, a community performance featuring a 40-strong live choir, headlined the third day of events at Dundee's Design Festival.
The Mills Observatory will be converted into a dystopian future for a new piece of theatre created by Dundee youngsters.