The writer Lorna Moon’s story is worth a play of its own, but for this revival of Mike Gibb’s touring 2010 production, just Moon’s own memories of her upbringing in rural Aberdeenshire are the subject.
As the Whitehall Theatre in Dundee celebrates its 50th anniversary on Friday November 29, Michael Alexander speaks to some of its stalwarts and discovers that, despite a few bumps in the road, the institution is still going strong.
Education key to ending ‘ignorance’ about asylum seekers, says real-life Glasgow Girl ahead of Perth Theatre show
Ahead of its run at Perth Theatre from January 30 to February 3, Michael Alexander speaks to Fife-raised Cora Bissett - the director of life-affirming musical drama Glasgow Girls which is based on the true story of seven teenagers fighting to prevent the deportation of an asylum-seeking family - and also to real-life Glasgow Girl and former asylum seeker Roza Salih.
Stand-up for Fife: Comedian Phill Jupitus on why he loves life living in the East Neuk – and his dismay that Britain is acting like a ‘self-harming teenager’
Ahead of his Scottish tour, Michael Alexander hears from comedian Phill Jupitus about his love for life in Fife - and why, because of Brexit, he no longer talks about politics on stage.
Doricula. Dracula, but with a Doric twist.
THEATRE REVIEW: Gary Robertson’s latest is a gag-filled, Dundonian Blair Witch Project that audiences will love
THE MIDDLE O’ NOWHERE: A BOTHY HAUNTING - DUNDEE REP THEATRE
The Dundee Rep Ensemble is on the move this summer.
Dundee University Operatic Society take the stage once again, with their dazzling production of Loserville The Musical.
Young people from Tayside and Fife feature in two events at the heart of a festival described as “arguably the most exciting thing in Scottish theatre at the moment”.
The HandleBards are a troupe of cycling actors who perform Shakespeare plays as you've never seen them before. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.