Indie folk-rockers Bombay Bicycle Club's comeback tour hits Dundee on Tuesday.
Abertay University’s Dr Zoe Chouliara reshapes lives, working with victims of trauma and abuse to achieve recovery and growth.
Dundee Rep, take a huge bow. The much anticipated, uniquely Dundee play, Tay Bridge, is world class.
On Sunday December 28 1879, during a violent winter storm, the train to Dundee was crossing over the River Tay when a huge section of the bridge collapsed, taking with it 59 souls. It was a disaster beyond anybody’s imagination.
Veteran theatre director and public relations whizz John Badenhorst says: “I’ve come to realise it doesn’t matter who is wrong or right, the important thing is we should do what we can to stop conflict.”
Legendary bands and upcoming talents are heading for this year's Doune the Rabbit Hole event.
A host of cult bands are on their way to the Solas Festival in Carse of Gowrie.
Britpop veterans The Divine Comedy are tuning up for an appearance in rural Perthshire. The '90s hit-makers are playing a special album launch show at Inchyra Arts Club on Monday that's been cued-up by Broughty Ferry's Assai Records.
Ask a friend to name an American city and the chances are that few will trump up with Charleston. I’ve just been out and not only is this South Carolina charmer a brilliant city to visit, but the surrounding state offers a swathe of things to see and do.
In times of rancour, conflict and division, people heading out to the theatre sometimes just want a rollicking good night out. What better way to ignore the horrors on the news and madness in the papers than a comic caper about rich people, their never-ending deceit, and a mischievous ghost raised by accident during a séance?