Michael Alexander meets the stars of Dundee Christmas Ice Show which includes a host of Dundee born and bred British figure skating champions - and aspiring stars of the future.
The temperature is dropping but the shows being put on across Courier Country are heating things up!
As Perth Theatre prepares to reopen its doors for the first time in three years, following an impressive restoration project, Caroline Lindsay goes behind the scenes to find out more.
Acclaimed US comedian Rich Hall will be coming to Arbroath next year to entertain locals with his deadpan-style humour.
Theatre fans are in for a deliciously noir treat this month as The Maids takes to the stage at the Dundee Rep. After opening artistic director Andrew Panton’s first season with the gloriously black comedy August: Osage County, the company have taken an altogether darker turn with this twisted psychological thriller, about two murderous servants.
Kilted and follicly challenged, he is the instantly recognisable Scottish comedian,TV presenter and actor with a reputation for his high octane shows which shoot straight from the hip.
It is the 1947 play written by American playwright Tennessee Williams that received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1948.
Gather all the members of any family together in one house and there’s bound to be friction. Turn up the heat a notch or two and there may even be fireworks.
As new Scottish-Chinese relations are developed at the Edinburgh Festival, Michael Alexander discovers why Perthshire - and Dundee - are in the minds of senior Chinese government officials.
Internet shaming is explored in the world premiere of Shame at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Michael Alexander spoke to the show’s St Andrews-raised artistic director Allie Butler.