Dundee’s first ever Summer Streets Festival will take to the city centre on July 21 and 22 with major public areas transformed into outdoor performances spaces, teeming with music, food and art.
Despite the fact her new Secret Seven book is about to hit the shops, Pamela Butchart still can’t believe she penned it.
It's almost Southern Fried Festival time again — and this year's line-up is possibly the best ever.
The greatest ideas can occur in the strangest of circumstances. When it comes to The Bash Street Kids comic strip in The Beano, the editorial team in DC Thomson’s Meadowside headquarters would use the playground antics of the schoolchildren across the street as their inspiration.
This year’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design degree show takes place in the year of the grand opening of the V&A, with some 300 talented students preparing to graduate.
Stars of the stage and screen have been announced as part of the line-up for this summer’s Glamis Prom.
This month sees the Dundee Rep staging the comedy road movie-come-play Passing Places.
Self-taught artist Carl Lavia is on a mammoth mission to sketch the 69 cities of the UK – and his aerial pen drawing of Dundee is the latest to go on display.
Alex Salmond has revealed supporting the construction of V&A Dundee ranks in his top “hat trick” of achievements as First Minister.
The Howff is bathed in centuries of fascinating history. Local cemetery enthusiast Simon Goulding reveals the important heritage of Dundee’s graveyard.