A former artistic director of Glasgow’s former club and arts venue The Arches is to take over at the helm of The National Theatre of Scotland.
Michael Alexander examines the legacy of the critically acclaimed Black Watch play as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. A young man wearing a brown leather jacket steps timidly onto the stage, his eyes caught like rabbits in a headlight as he peers out at the audience seated before him.
Scarred by the horrors of the First World War, a former soldier settled in Montrose and demanded independence from “imperial” England.
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.
Scotland's new national poet has been announced by the First Minister.
Dundee-educated artist Neil Scott was cycling to work in Perth when he was involved in an accident with a car.
Two years ago budding young journalist Grace Finlay of Craigrothie Primary School in Fife won £3,000 for her school when her prize-winning front page wowed our judges.
An award-winning singer and actress has branded moves to rename the title of Scotland’s top poet as “perverse”.
It’s a cold, crisp, clear February evening in rural Fife, and even without the aid of a telescope or binoculars, the constellations are visible in all their glory.
From a worry box to collect pupil feelings and an anti-bullying robot, to furniture that uses excess energy to power a learning device, the entries for V&A Dundee’s first Schools Design Challenge have taken imagination to a new level.