Glasgow-based theatremaker Julia “AJ” Taudevin describes her new work for the stage as “guerrilla gig theatre”, although apparently on Twitter it’s also been called “raging terrorist feminist punk theatre”.
It was the book that told the dramatic story of the Earth’s climate, of how it has changed, how we have come to understand it and of what that means for the future.
One of Scotland’s most influential plays launched at the Dundee Rep last night almost 20 years after it was last performed.
As a high quality advert promoting The Courier hits cinema and TV screens, Michael Alexander joined the cast and crew for an exclusive 'behind the scenes' look at the film-making process.
Fancy pimping your lunch with fresh herbs and salad leaves from an orchard rooted in the heart of Dundee?
Former Dandy editor Morris Heggie has retired from DC Thomson and Co Ltd after more than 40 years’ service with the company.
As Hull reaps the benefits of winning UK City of Culture 2017, Michael Alexander discovers runner-up Dundee has few regrets and is now setting its ambitions higher.
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 ’!
It’s hard enough to get really good at one thing, but it can be sickening when you come across someone who’s an expert at two jobs.
They're moving almost too quickly for the eye to see. It seems incredible that two little joysticks can control such a blur of movement.