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.
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?
Physical theatre exponent Magdalena Schamberger draws on three decades of experience in Curious Shoes.
The Dundee Rep Ensemble is on the move this summer.
The writer Lorna Moon’s story is worth a play of its own, but for this revival of Mike Gibb’s touring 2010 production, just Moon’s own memories of her upbringing in rural Aberdeenshire are the subject.
The story of Sir John Franklin's lost expedition is one of the most notorious and tragic in all Britain's long seafaring history.
Touching The Void, the play, arrives in Perth this week for a limited run. Based on the real-life drama that caught the world's attention, and also the subject of a film and a book, this stage version has already received some outstanding critical notices.
It’s fair to say that Arthur Miller knew a thing or two about plays.
Christmas shows and pantomimes and are often our first experiences of theatre, so it’s important that they deliver a special sort of magic - the unforgettable kind. The Dundee Rep offers all that and more in their latest festive production, The Snow Queen.