Win two tickets to an exciting new revival of Gregory Burke’s renowned modern Scottish classic Gagarin Way, directed by award-winning actor and director, Cora Bissett (Room, Glasgow Girls, Adam).
A 12-year-old boy is on the run with his only friend, a crow. Starving and frightened, they meet a man who lives alone in a caravan on the outskirts of society. Their meeting begins a surreal journey where magic meets real life.
The HandleBards are a troupe of cycling actors who perform Shakespeare plays as you've never seen them before. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
As young people from Dundee star in a film promoting Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018, Michael Alexander went behind the scenes for an exclusive look at the film-making process.
Brian Limond is a funny man. Funny in a – what the hell goes on inside your head – kind of way. Luckily for him, it’s that special blend of crazy/strange/eccentric kind of funny that us Scots enjoy the most.
Perthshire-raised funnyman Fred MacAulay launches 30th anniversary tour at Byre Theatre in St Andrews
Perthshire-raised funny man Fred MacAulay launches his 30th anniversary tour with a gig at the Byre Theatre in St Andrews on Saturday May 5.
Bantering with the audience at Perth Concert Hall, the Sun newspaper’s “former shagger of the year” Russell Brand is re-enacting the experience of watching his daughter being born 17 months ago - and psycho-analysing the “total transformation of personal entity to go from not being a father to being a father” in a way that perhaps only he can.
This month sees the Dundee Rep staging the comedy road movie-come-play Passing Places.
Michael Alexander meets Perth-born stand-up comedian Fred MacAulay as he embarks upon a 30th anniversary tour.
Ahead of McGonagall’s Chronicles (Which Will Be Remembered For a Very Long Time) arriving at Dundee Rep on March 31, multi-award winning writer/performer Gary McNair talks to Michael Alexander about his “love” for the notorious poet William Topaz McGonagall.