It is an astonishing 43 years since Jethro Tull were formed, although their veteran status was easily confirmed by the age of the faithful who filled Perth's splendid concert hall on Monday.
Violinist Nicola Benedetti is at Perth's Concert Hall on Friday as part of a chamber trio in the latest in a recital series she has devised and organised herself. Helen Brown speaks to one of the most gifted young artists of her generation.
A Kirriemuir artist has handed over his latest contribution to Dundee's public art collection.
Take a peek behind the scenes as Dundee Rep prepares for its first public performances of The Elves And The Shoemaker.
An exhibition of computer-generated art in Dundee features one program that will have generated around 36 million 'paintings' by the time it ends next month. Ursula Pool talks to the exhibition's curator, Donna Holford-Lovell.
Children's author Dame Jacqueline Wilson was given the kind of reception normally reserved for pop stars when she read extracts from her new book at Dundee University this week.
The name Thomas White might not mean much to the mainstream music-loving public, but mention his two bands -- Electric Soft Parade and Brakes -- and the penny will soon drop. Alan Wilson catches up with the Brighton musician ahead of his gig at Duke's Corner in Dundee on Friday night.
An Arbroath teenager is beginning to make a name for herself in the world of fashion and art photography.
Despite a slightly shallow nature, six-plus hours of kaleidoscopic action make Atari's new release worthy of a week's rental.
With such a strong Irish contribution to this year's programme, it was only fitting that StAnza 2010 -- Scotland's international poetry festival -- was launched in St Andrews on St Patrick's Day.