Young people from Tayside and Fife feature in two events at the heart of a festival described as “arguably the most exciting thing in Scottish theatre at the moment”.
In the second part of our look at ongoing work to develop the £1 billion Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander speaks to the ‘Site Two’ developer due to start work next year and looks at the other sites earmarked for development.
In the first of a two-part look at ongoing work to develop Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander takes an overview of the plans in the wake of recent criticism by some of the 'Site Six' development underway opposite the V&A.
A descendent of the Victorian detective in charge of the Jack the Ripper murders investigation has rejected claims that the serial killer was hanged in Dundee.
Michael Alexander and family enjoyed a taste of the Tatha Bar and Kitchen on the opening weekend of V&A Dundee.
Ahead of an event in Kirriemuir, former Dundee-raised investigative journalist Michael Mulford tells Michael Alexander why he believes he now has firm evidence that Jack the Ripper was hanged in Dundee.
From Primal Scream to Teenage Fanclub: Scotland’s indie music scene celebrated in Fife man’s new film
To coincide with its cinematic release in Dundee, Michael Alexander speaks to Grant McPhee - the Fife-raised director of feature film Teenage Superstars.
‘Cool’ to produce Gaelic computer game soundtrack in Dundee, says Simple Minds bass player Ged Grimes
Gaelic music composed by Dundee-born Simple Minds bass player Ged Grimes takes centre stage in a new video game set in 18th century Scotland. Michael Alexander spoke to Ged to find out more.
Interview: Project manager John Tavendale reveals why V&A Dundee is the ‘massive pinnacle’ of his career
Michael Alexander speaks to V&A Dundee project manager John Tavendale about working on the 'massive pinnacle' of his career
EXCLUSIVE: V&A Dundee architect Kengo Kuma on why he is ‘very satisfied’ – and why Dundee has such ‘great potential’
In an exclusive sit-down interview to mark the opening of the V&A Dundee, Michael Alexander speaks to the world renowned architect and designer of the building Kengo Kuma about his inspirations and hopes for the project.