A pop-up performance of one of Scottish theatre’s most iconic productions has taken place at the V&A Dundee.
Dundee is gearing up to cement its place as the “spiritual home” of the UK video games industry by hosting the inaugural Summer of Games.
The restored Mackintosh-designed Willow tea rooms in Glasgow have won two leading awards for built environment projects.
The shortlisting of the V&A Dundee for a prestigious museum prize less than a year since it opened has been described as a “fantastic achievement”.
Five institutions engaged in “vital” work have been shortlisted for the £100,000 Museum of the Year prize.
As Scotland’s spiritual home of videogames it was only right that a massive exhibition celebrating how they have grown came to Dundee.
A new exhibition exploring the cultural impact of video games has arrived in Dundee – the home of the UK games industry.
A new exhibition exploring the cultural importance of video games opens at the V&A Dundee this weekend.
More than £1.4 billion was invested in infrastructure projects across Scotland over the last year, official figures show.
I regularly walk or run along the promenade past the two bridges over the Tay, the V&A and City Quay.
I am writing in support of the Broughty Ferry residents who feel their view is being besmirched with the trees being planted and allowed to grow in a green space (pic below).
The V&A buzz is still there for local kids who visited the iconic design museum for the first time last week.
Dundee City Council spent nearly £72,000 on the ill-fated Kengo Kuma pavilion in Slessor Gardens – and another £4,000 to get rid of it.
A Dundee artist who made a short animation satirising Brexit has had his piece selected for an international exhibition.
V&A Dundee and Perth Theatre are both in the running to win one of Scotland’s top architecture awards.
The new V&A Dundee has welcomed half a million visitors through its doors – hitting the milestone almost six months earlier than expected.
In 2018, V&A Dundee opened with over £19 million of National Lottery investment and world-wide media attention but over the last five months The National Lottery has been shining a light on some of the lesser-known projects across the Tayside region.
Attractions in Scotland have outperformed the rest of the UK with a higher increase in visitor numbers, new figures have suggested.
Plans to delicately move Kengo Kuma’s wooden pavilion out of Slessor Gardens are in pieces – after demolition workers were spotted lobbing it into a skip.
The opening of the V&A Dundee has helped boost visitor numbers at nearby attractions by up to 40%, according to new research.