Michael Alexander tunes in to a new BBC Radio Scotland documentary airing today which examines the close links between Frankenstein author Mary Shelley and Dundee.
A complete public reading of literary classic Frankenstein will take place over a single weekend in Dundee to highlight how the city inspired author Mary Shelley to become a writer.
Frankenstein’s Monster is to be brought back to life for a new generation of Dundee schoolchildren.
Dundee has long been proud of its role as the place that inspired Mary Shelley's horror classic Frankenstein, but now it seems one local supermarket has concocted a monster of its own.
A group of travelling thespians have had almost £10,000 worth of goods stolen in a daylight raid on the apartment they were renting on a busy Dundee street.
As “blank and dreary” as the northern shores of the Tay might have been to the young Mary Godwin, her time spent in and around Dundee would prove pivotal to her literary legacy.
Dundee Rep staff are celebrating Halloween with a new re-telling of Frankenstein.