As International Museum Day approaches on May 18, here are three great places to visit in Dundee
Over the last few months thousands of youngsters all over Courier Country took part in our Draw Your Mum project.
The Kilt Walk is back – and it’s bigger and better than ever. Kiltwalk is a unique Scottish charity that enables thousands of walkers to fundraise for their choice of Scottish charity. Originally founded in 2011, the Kiltwalk event took a year or two out to reboot under the auspices of the Hunter Foundation, founded by Scottish entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Tom Hunter, and was successfully relaunched last year.
An exciting new arts festival will showcase Perthshire’s creative talent in the world of contemporary arts.
Dr Phil Hammond – NHS doctor, comedian, journalist, broadcaster and campaigner – still has one more ambition.
Building dreams out of nothing is just one of the powerful themes of Arthur Miller’s emotionally intense Death of a Salesman, the first of Dundee Rep Ensemble’s Stars and Stripes themed season.
It was an exciting day for Scottish Dance Theatre when up and coming London-based choreographer Botis Seva arrived in Dundee in early January to work with dancers on his new work TuTuMucky, which will premiere at Dundee Rep on February 10.
Fife gets a swing in its step as the 11th Fife Jazz Festival comes to venues, big and small, across the Kingdom. The impressive line-up includes something for all tastes, from jazz enthusiasts to those looking to dip into jazz for the first time.
As a child growing up in Japan, artist Hideyuki Katsumata loved reading The Beano and was thrilled to be in the comic’s hometown when he first came to Dundee.
As Alan Cumming heads to Dundee to discuss his latest book, the internationally-renowned actor, author and activist talks about his roots in Courier Country