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”.
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.
Spinning a good yarn – ‘I was a little bit obsessed with psychopaths’, reveals Dundee wool shop owner
Leona-Jayne Kelly certainly knows how to spin a good yarn.
Dundee poet Don Paterson has won the Costa poetry award.
The Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) centre has appointed a new director.
Former Dandy editor Morris Heggie has retired from DC Thomson and Co Ltd after more than 40 years’ service with the company.
Dundee-born actor Brian Cox is to star as Winston Churchill in a new film exploring the run-up to the D-Day landings.
From Lemmings to Grand Theft Auto, some of the world’s biggest computer game titles started life in Dundee, which is regarded as the birthplace of the Scottish games industry.