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”.
One of Scotland’s most influential plays launched at the Dundee Rep last night almost 20 years after it was last performed.
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.
The Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) centre has appointed a new director.
You can take the boy out of Dundee but culturally speaking, you can’t take Dundee out of the boy and Clive Gillman, about to become director of Creative Industries with Creative Scotland, certainly would not want you to.
Dundee’s Rep theatre is in “safe hands” according to its new CEO, who visited the city as his appointment to the top job was announced.
From Lemmings to Grand Theft Auto, some of the world’s biggest computer game titles started life in Dundee, which is regarded as the birthplace of the Scottish games industry.
With a sound like a thunderclap, the time machine appeared out of nowhere and squealed to a stop in the McFly driveway.
It was an epic battle between a creative genius at the forefront of Britain’s pioneering computer game industry and a self-styled moral crusader in the USA.