Dundee Rep


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Spring Awakening
In their first collaboration with Dundee Rep, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland offers a beautifully-staged exploration of teenage angst.
Reviewed here

16 April - 4 May 2024
Sunset Song
A poignant, unflinching, and remarkable adaptation of Grassic Gibbon’s classic novel
Reviewed here

7 - 10 February 2024
Jekyll & Hyde
McNair's adaptation of Stevenson novella fails to unleash the potential within
Reviewed at Royal Lyceum Theatre

5 - 7 October 2023
Dracula: Mina’s Reckoning
A fascinating feminist retelling of Stoker's classic with a very Scottish twist
Reviewed here

26 November - 31 December 2022
A dazzling, unique family musical
Reviewed here

18 - 22 October 2022
James IV: Queen of the Fight
Fourth instalment in the James Plays is a visual, lyrical marvel
Reviewed at Festival Theatre

13 August - 10 September 2022
The Steamie
Charming, heartfelt, and lively take on a classic show
Reviewed here

3 - 21 May 2022
The Bookies
A riveting and raucous black comedy premiere
Reviewed here

30 March - 2 April 2022
The Metamorphosis
A haunting adaptation of Kafka's classic allegory
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

29 March 2022
A powerful exploration of family and memory
Reviewed here

1 - 19 March 2022
The Children
A challenging and captivating examination of the trauma caused by ecological disasters
Reviewed here

11 - 12 February 2022
The Life and Times
A captivating and evocative dance performance
Reviewed here

27 November - 31 December 2021
A Christmas Carol
Innovative and exquisite musical take on a Christmas classic
Reviewed here

12 - 16 October 2021
The Enemy
A thrilling reimagining of an Ibsen classic
Reviewed at King's Theatre

27 - 28 August 2021
Niqabi Ninja
Compelling audio theatre provides an intense experience
Reviewed at Royal Lyceum Theatre

9 - 11 April 2020
The Metamorphosis
Overwrought dialogue holds back brilliant performances and inspired staging in this unnerving Kafka adaptation
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

28 October - 2 November 2019
Jane Eyre
A straight down the line version of the Bronte classic
Reviewed here

26 October 2019
Wee Hansel and Gretel
Child-friendly interpretation of a cautionary tale
Reviewed at Eden Court

14 - 15 May 2019
What Girls Are Made Of
Touching and raucous gig theatre at its finest
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

13 - 16 February 2019
The Dark Carnival
A dark but disappointing delve into the underworld.
Reviewed at Tramway

16 October - 3 November 2018
Gagarin Way
A scintillating revival of a Scottish classic.
Reviewed here

10 September 2018
McLuckie's Line
Tale of a racing man turned actor displays heart and soul
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

28 August - 22 September 2018
The Yellow On The Broom
A boisterous joyful production revisiting Scotland's history
Reviewed here

30 June 2018
David Baddiel
Irreverent, effervescent and adoring portrait of David Baddiel's dear old mum.
Reviewed at Citizens Theatre

11 - 16 June 2018
Sunshine on Leith
Uneven vocal performances and clumsy scene changes stunt Greenhorn's Leith love affair.
Reviewed at King's Theatre

17 April - 5 May 2018
Passing Places
Road movie for the stage is a phenomenal, heart-felt comedy adventure.
Reviewed here

20 February - 10 March 2018
Explosive performances in Dundee Rep's version of classic dark comedy thriller.
Reviewed here

9 November 2017
BalletBoyz: Fourteen Days
Four choreographers interpret the theme of balance and imbalance, and deliver in just fourteen days...
Reviewed at Festival Theatre

30 November - 31 December 2017
A Christmas Carol
Dundee Rep Ensemble dazzle in this heartwarming retelling fronted by a female Scrooge
Reviewed here

19 October - 4 November 2017
The Maids
A stunning, gothic style thriller with exceptional performances.
Reviewed here

4 October 2017
Blanche and Butch
Biting drag comedy that shines a discoball on disability in theatre.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

22 - 24 May 2017
Paper Birds site specific piece is in your face in the best possible way.
Reviewed at Eden Court

31 March 2017
The Red Chair
Sarah Cameron’s captivating solo performance balances between a twisted fairytale and dark reality.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

15 March 2017
Heads Up
Keiran Hurley's dystopian one man show challenges us to properly look at the people we are
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

22 February - 11 March 2017
Death of a Salesman
Billy Mack is outstanding as the lead in Arthur Miller's classic
Reviewed here

28 - 29 October 2016
The Modern Prometheus lives once more in Blackeyed Theatre's touring adaptation
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

4 October 2016
The Collector
Horrors and humanity of occupied Iraq brought vividly to life
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

30 June - 2 July 2016
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour
An alcohol fuelled, intoxicated musical adventure as Catholic girls find their wild side.
Reviewed here

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Holly's music proves durable while the story grows stale
Reviewed at Festival Theatre

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Little Light
The lingering impression is one of wonder in Vision Mechanics' latest.
Reviewed at Eden Court