Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre sit at the cultural heart of Scotland and the City of Dundee. Founded in 1939, the Rep building is a centre of creative energy, a space for engagement with a wide range of art forms, whilst also playing a lead role in arts education and engagement across the city and beyond. Proud of its Scottish roots, the Company looks outwards, producing dance and theatre of national and international significance, for and with a diverse audience. 

Sited in a purpose-built art space, Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre create and deliver work for a local audience, as well as on a national and international scale. 

At the heart of the Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre vision is the belief that artistic and creative experience of the highest quality should be open and available to all. The theatre seeks to share a diverse programme of theatre and dance across Dundee and beyond by taking its work out of the theatre and into the wider geographical and cultural communities.

This year they will bringing the amazing performances ‘What Girls Are Made Of’ and ‘My Left Right Foot’ to Scotland. Find out more below:


It’s 1992. In a small town in Fife, a girl is desperate to get out into the world. An ad in the local paper declares: Band Seeks Singer.

Grunge has gone global, indie kids are inheriting the earth, and a schoolgirl from Glenrothes is catapulted to a rock star lifestyle as the singer in a hot new indie band. Touring with Radiohead, partying with Blur, she was living the dream. Until she wasn’t.

Based on her meticulously detailed teenage diaries, this is the true story of Cora Bissett’s rollercoaster journey from the girl she was to the woman she wanted to be.

Fresh from an award winning, sold out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, performed with a live band, and directed by the Traverse Theatre’s former Artistic Director Orla O’Loughlin, Cora celebrates life’s euphoric highs and epic shitstorms, asking what wisdom we should pass on to the next generation – and which glorious mistakes we should let them make.

“The undisputable hit of the programme. An euphoric, empowered, hard-won high.” The Telegraph

“A life-changing litany of pure joy.” The Herald

“If you have a beating heart in your chest, there’s a high chance it will make you weep.” The Stage 

Tuesday 14 – Wednesday 15 May

Age recommendation: 14+

Tickets: £22-£12

Find out more here: http://bit.ly/2T8GpkH


The local am-dram society is under pressure to comply with the equalities agenda. They come up with a cunning plan; create a gripping show starring ‘the disabled’. What could be better than Oscar-winning My Left Foot?

The only snag is they can’t find any disabled actors – but that never stopped Daniel Day-Lewis!

In the world of amateur theatre, winning the one-act festival isn’t a matter of life and death – it’s much more important. Throw in a few love triangles and throw out political correctness, all the drama happens behind the curtains.

“eye-wateringly close to the bone genius.” The Sunday Post

“leaves the audience breathless with laughter from start to finish” The Scotsman

“Utterly fanspastic” The Herald

Tuesday 21 – Saturday 25 May

Age recommendation: 16+

Tickets: £22-£12

Find out more here: http://bit.ly/2GX2T1N