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Chef's Table

Poor man’s pud gets an Easter makeover

April 15 2017

There’s a tradition in our family at Easter – it involves everyone standing at the top of a hill in Perthshire, freezing their hands off, says Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth.


Monstrous Bodies at Dundee Rep

April 14 2017

Written and directed by Dundee-born Sandy Thomson, this new work intertwines the tale of Frankenstein author Mary Shelley’s teenage years spent in the city during the war of 1812, with the story of Roxanne – a student in modern day Dundee dealing with the aftermath of an unfortunate social media incident.

Jaimini Jethwa: The Last Queen of Scotland

April 10 2017

In 1972, when little Jaimini Jethwa was just one, Uganda was in turmoil following the coup by ruthless Ugandan despot Idi Amin. Following Amin’s order for the expulsion of all Indians from the country under a 90-day deadline, her family fled Uganda and found themselves in Dundee.

Blazing Saddles

The future of cycling has youth on its side

April 8 2017

The Youth Tour of Scotland road race returns to Perthshire this weekend for its sixth year. The event is based at Strathallan School and gives young riders a rare opportunity to compete over four stages competing with the best youth riders from across the UK.