He may appear on a satirical TV show with Channel 4’s The Last Leg, but don’t expect Josh Widdicombe to be unloading topical comedy on you during his tour.
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”.
Scarred by the horrors of the First World War, a former soldier settled in Montrose and demanded independence from “imperial” England.
Adding fresh herbs to a meal can turn it from drab to fab. A bit of dill with fish, some fresh torn basil in Bolognese or some rosemary over baby potatoes the possibilities are endless.
Should bridge be a sport? That’s a very good question, Dundee Bridge Club secretary Alice Cowieson tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER as national debate on the topic continues.
Dundee’s dedicated horror film festival, Dundead, groans and screams its way back into the city for a sixth year next month.
In her first interview since taking over as director of Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA), Beth Bate tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER about her rural Welsh roots and her ambitions to grow culture at the heart of Dundee’s regeneration.
Not many people can give their address as Platform 2, The Railway Station.
Ten years ago today, it became illegal to smoke in an enclosed public place in Scotland with England, Wales and Northern Ireland following suit the year after.
Gail Duncan is no stranger to art.