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.
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.
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.
The story of Sir John Franklin's lost expedition is one of the most notorious and tragic in all Britain's long seafaring history.
Lost At Sea: Why the loss of her trawlerman father inspired playwright Morna Young to become a writer
Ahead of the world premiere of her epic play Lost At Sea at Perth Theatre, Michael Alexander finds out from Moray-raised playwright, actress and musician Morna Young how the death of her father inspired her to become a writer.
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.
Scotland’s favourite cartoon character will be hitting the stage later this year as Oor Wullie stars in his own musical.
Dundee University Operatic Society take the stage once again, with their dazzling production of Loserville The Musical.
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.