Scotland’s most famous fictitious family will pay a visit to their home city as part of a new tour.
The Broons, who have been featured in the Sunday Post for 80 years, are making their onstage debut for a nationwide series of performances later this year.
Granpaw, Maw, Paw and the rest of the Glebe Street family will appear in theatres across Scotland, including Dundee’s Gardyne Theatre, between September and November.
David Hutchinson, artistic director of Sell a Door Theatre Company, said: “Rob Drummond’s new stage play is going to be a theatrical experience to remember, paying homage to the decades of excellent comic writing.
“We’ve been discussing bringing The Broons to the stage for a while, and have been waiting for the right playwright and timing. The Broons are more than just a cherished family, they are a national institution that have stood the test of time and have struck a chord with generation after generation inside and outside of Scotland.”