Home to twin ensembles Dundee Rep Ensemble and Scottish Dance Theatre who create award-winning productions, made in Dundee that tour both nationally and internationally.
The acclaimed Dundee Rep Theatre hosts an exciting year round programme of drama, dance, music and comedy.
The award-winning Rep Restaurant is found within the heart of the Dundee Rep Theatre, where you can enjoy lunch, pre theatre deals and curtain up menus. Free wifi is also available.
The story of Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre is one of its people: its artists, creatives, staff, participants and audiences.
Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre sits at the cultural heart of Dundee as a centre of creative excellence. The Organisation looks outwards, creating and delivering work for local, national and international audiences, with learning at the heart. “The Rep” recently celebrated its 80th anniversary and is home to the Dundee Rep Ensemble, the only permanent full-time company of its kind in Scotland. Scottish Dance Theatre is one of the few full-time companies in the UK and is made up of nine inquisitive and versatile dancers who have come from all over the world to work and create in our home at Dundee Rep. Together these twin ensembles have created a number of award-winning productions, made in Dundee that tour nationally and internationally; establishing a reputation as one of the UK’s leaders in theatre and dance production, carrying the Dundee brand far and wide.
Dundee Rep has been instrumental in creating a number of award-winning and award-nominated productions, including the world premiere of ‘Let the Right One In’, the first professional revival of ‘The Cheviot, The Stag and The Black, Black Oil’, the Scottish premiere of Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘August: Osage County', and the 80th Anniversary season world premiere of Peter Arnott’s ‘Tay Bridge’.
Working at the forefront of the art form, Scottish Dance Theatre collaborates with internationally acclaimed choreographers and artists, supports the development of emerging and home-grown talent and promotes a plurality of voices. With more than 30 years of history, the company has developed a distinctive identity that brings together artistic integrity and social commitment, reaching a wide range of audiences and communities locally, nationally and across the world. Scottish Dance Theatre has received multiple awards, including the Critics’ Circle National Dance Award for Outstanding Company Repertoire, and has built a strong international profile, becoming Scotland’s flagship contemporary dance company.
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 Organisation has an extensive engagement programme working with people of all ages both within the building and in formal and informal learning contexts across Scotland and internationally.
Over the course of eight decades, Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre has been at the heart of performance in Scotland, and grown into a world-class organisation, with two artistic forces based in Dundee, travelling to and reaching the rest of the world.
Getting there by railway:- Dundee Railway Station: A five minute walk from the Theatre. Cross the pedestrian bridge which leads to the Nethergate.Turn left and walk to Perth Road. South Tay Street is the first on the right after the main traffic lights.
Getting there by aeroplane:- From Dundee Airport: Ten minute drive from Dundee Airport. Follow City Centre signs.
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