Based on the 2000 novel by Jonathan Tulloch, turned into the movie Purely Belter, The Season Ticket has been described as a modern-day Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer story.
Following on from his hugely successful play The Berries, Gary Robertson’s The Scaffies is a grittier, if no less affectionate, trip back in time.
When Reif Larsen arrived in St Andrews in August 2014 to become the university’s new international writer in residence, it was his mission to encourage the growth of contemporary even avant-garde culture in the historic town.
In the world of stand-up, acts are expected to turn over a significant amount of material every one or two years.
It was one of the most groundbreaking productions in the history of Scottish theatre.
Most of us will remember struggling to identify with the trials of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s “Sunset Song” in stuffy classrooms at school; the brutal world of crofter’s daughter Chris Guthrie being a far cry from our lives of convenience today.
Dundee born actor and writer Peter Grimes has died at the age of 48 after a long illness.
Su Pollard teams up with Cannon and Ball for side-splitting romp Ha Ha Hood! And The Prince of Leaves
Su Pollard is a comedy icon who needs no introduction.
Jackie the Musical is returning to Dundee to bring the sounds of the 70s to the Gardyne Theatre - before the UK tour starts.
Steps star Faye Tozer said she cannot wait for the Arbroath debut of a new comedy based on the 50 Shades of Grey novel.