As the Whitehall Theatre in Dundee celebrates its 50th anniversary on Friday November 29, Michael Alexander speaks to some of its stalwarts and discovers that, despite a few bumps in the road, the institution is still going strong.
From Fife schoolgirl to touring with Blur and Radiohead: Glenrothes-raised Cora Bissett talks about her autobiographical gig-theatre show ‘What Girls Are Made Of’
Michael Alexander speaks to Fife-raised theatre director, actor and former 1990's 'indie kid' Cora Bissett about her autobiographical gig-theatre show What Girls Are Made Of.
Physical theatre exponent Magdalena Schamberger draws on three decades of experience in Curious Shoes.
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.
‘What would William McGonagall make of ‘extortionate’ rail fares’ to Dundee?, asks writer ahead of Rep show
If 19th century poet and tragedian of Dundee William Topaz McGonagall were alive today, what would he think of the cost of a rail ticket for Glasgow folk wanting to visit the V&A?
Dundee Rep 80th anniversary: Theatre users invited to ‘tell us a story that you ken that we dinnae!’
Michael Alexander hears why Dundee Rep wants to hear peoples’ memories of the theatre in this, its 80th anniversary year.
Glasgow-based theatre company Solar Bear comes to Dundee with their brand new stage adaptation of Shaun Tan's award-winning wordless graphic novel The Arrival.
FEATURE: Dundee Rep would be ‘nothing without the people’, say staff as theatre celebrates 80th anniversary
As Dundee Rep celebrates its 80th anniversary, Michael Alexander hears from staff about how the theatre is helping to shape the world through ideas and stories.
Dundee Rep, take a huge bow. The much anticipated, uniquely Dundee play, Tay Bridge, is world class.
Stand-up for Fife: Comedian Phill Jupitus on why he loves life living in the East Neuk – and his dismay that Britain is acting like a ‘self-harming teenager’
Ahead of his Scottish tour, Michael Alexander hears from comedian Phill Jupitus about his love for life in Fife - and why, because of Brexit, he no longer talks about politics on stage.