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What’s on Dundee, Montrose, Arbroath and Forfar

Known as the ‘City of Discovery’, Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city with a rich seafaring and industrial heritage, and an exciting scientific, cultural and artistic scene. The Dundee Repertory Theatre is the base for Scottish Dance Theatre and Dundee’s main concert auditorium, Caird Hall, regularly plays host to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. The city holds Jazz, Guitar and Blues festivals every year, and the Dundee Contemporary Arts venue is an important cultural centre housing two art galleries, a cinema, print studio and visual research centre. In Angus, just a few miles away, you’ll find spectacular highland glens, miles of sandy beaches, a fantastic coastline and a wide variety of world-class sporting and leisure activities for you to choose from.

area highlights

23rd September 2014, Dundee:

Direct from the West End, Dinosaur Zoo brings these awesome prehistoric creatures to the stage as you’ve never seen them before.

25th September 2014, Dundee:

This extraordinary play looks back two thousand years to witness key moments in the life of ‘the man Jesus’, through the eyes of the people who knew him.

26th September 2014, Dundee:

Mari Wilson first arrived on the scene in the early eighties with her skyscraper beehive hairdo, bizarre sense of fashion and twelve-piece band The Wilsations.

26th September 2014, Arbroath:

An evening of song and dance brought to you by a team of talented artists hosted by local favourites Danny Laverty & Tara Tasker.

27th September 2014, Dundee:

Join Grammy-winning composer, arranger and saxophonist Bob Mintzer and the acclaimed Scottish National Jazz Orchestra as they celebrate the rich repertoire of the Yellowjackets.

27th September 2014, Dundee:

The smash-hit, hilarious new show from comedy’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning half-man-half-Xbox.

1st April - 30th September 2013, Angus:

There’s been a castle at Edzell since about 1100, when a wooden structure was erected on top of a motte by the Abbott family.

April - September, Angus:

One of only three cameras obscura in Scotland (the others being in Edinburgh and Dumfries) the Camera on Kirrie Hill - as well as the cricket pavilion in which it sits - were gifted to the local community in 1930 by the author J M Barrie.

April - September, Angus:

Housed in a former schoolhouse which backs onto the graveyard where most of the collection was found, the museum at Meigle displays 26 pictish stones dating from the 8th to the late 10th centuries.

30th June - 30th September 2014, Dundee:

The coolest exhibition ever hits Dundee - Ice Station Antartica.


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