“Welcome tae 1978. There were nae mobile phones in they days. So if yer posh enough tae hae one, can ye please switch it aff!”
Mark Thomas, the nation’s favourite campaigning comedian, is in Dundee on Saturday night.
Daniel Sloss thinks his new show, X, is worth going to – but he won’t say much about it.
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.
He was the seer who anticipated the global financial collapse. He was a key part of the most unlikely political alliance in recent British history. He sold off the Post Office at a knock down price. And he wowed audiences on Strictly Come Dancing.
Theatre fans take note. Broadway’s longest running thriller, Deathtrap, hits Dundee in February, when Dundee Rep takes on Ira Levin’s dark play about a washed-up writer in desperate need of his next big Broadway hit.
Acclaimed US comedian Rich Hall will be coming to Arbroath next year to entertain locals with his deadpan-style humour.
The Dundee University Operatic Society own the stage once again, with their hilarious production of 9 to 5 The Musical.
Sharp-eyed readers may have noticed that the horse in the picture above isn’t black. “Where’s Black Beauty?” you cry. But as I discover during my chat with actor Andy Cannon, a picture of the starring horse will give away one of the secrets of the show’s technical wizardry.
This Christmas, ‘Follow the Yellow Brick Road’ to the popular Perthshire playhouse, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, where a 14-strong cast will perform the magical musical The Wizard Of Oz.