Two Rep ensemble actors came to St Mary’s RC Primary School to discuss what it’s like to be an actor as the group celebrates its 20th year.
A city landmark and an iconic character will team up for a special anniversary show at the end of this year.
A theatre company’s comedy musical addressing disability and equal rights is under way at Dundee Rep.
Dundee Rep actress Irene Macdougall has been nominated for Best Female Performance for her role as Kate Keller in All My Sons in the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (Cats) 2019.
Legendary Status Quo lead singer Francis Rossi will share the extraordinary secrets of his 50-plus years in rock ’n’ roll when he takes to the stage at Dundee Rep next year.
Actors, dancers and other stage staff risk losing their jobs at Dundee Rep as the theatre tries to cut costs.
For comedian Phil Differ there was no player better than the legendary Billy Bremner.
Tourism bosses are meeting to discuss ways of boosting visitor numbers to Tayside and Fife.
New signs at Dundee Rep Theatre encouraging visitors to use the toilets that "best fit their gender identity" has caused huge debate on Twitter.
A binman and actor who died of meningitis has been commemorated in a production by his friends at Dundee Rep.
Dundee is flush with many cultural gems – museums, art galleries, performing art centres and scores of sculptures.
Local little ones had a fantastic time helping to find Philip the penguin at an interactive theatre performance.
Students from Blackness Primary School were among the winners of a design your own snowflake competition run by Dundee Rep.
Scots actor and director David Hayman is returning to Dundee to perform in a play about one of Scotland’s greatest-ever boxers.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks star Phill Jupitus is bringing his stand-up show to Dundee.
Stand-up star Simon Evans is coming to Dundee next year.
Some of Dundee’s best-known landmarks are set to be bathed in red light to mark World Aids Day on December 1.
FIFE singer-songwriter Horse McDonald will return to Dundee next year.
Glasgow comedian Limmy is to return to Dundee’s Rep Theatre next year.
The story of Scottish Travellers living in the 1930s has opened a new season of ensemble plays at Dundee Rep.