Daniel Sloss

Don’t miss the all-new show by Scotland’s own international comedy superstar!

Daniel Sloss has sold out seven New York off-Broadway seasons, appeared on U.S TV’s ‘Conan’ ten times, broken Edinburgh Festival Fringe box office records and toured in 53 countries (so far…!)

His previous smash-hits include ‘HUBRiS’ (the biggest global comedy show for most of 2021 as reported in Pollstar) and the acclaimed, ground-breaking ‘X’ (which played a staggering 300 performances world-wide, including throughout 35 European countries, UK, North America, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and with sold out additional seasons in New York and Los Angeles. The live concert film of ‘X’ was released nationwide at Vue, becoming the first comedy special to have a UK cinematic premiere.

Penguin published Daniel’s first book ‘Everyone You Hate is Going to Die⿝ in 2021, and his Netflix specials ‘DARK’ & ‘Jigsaw’ are streaming in 190 countries (and 26 languages). The infamous ‘Jigsaw’ is credited with causing over 120,000 breakups and 300 divorces world-wide (fans still ask him to autograph their divorce papers at shows).

We are excited to welcome Daniels incredible 12th solo show to the Caird Hall ‘ BOOK EARLY!

Special guest KAI HUMPHRIES *

‘Dirty, sweet and clever’ (New York Times)

**Please be advised that the performance begins promptly at 7.30pm and late admittance is not guaranteed. It is a condition of entry that ticket holders agree to not photograph, film, record or stream the show. Contains strong language. Age 16 plus.

£27.50 (£25 plus £2.50 Booking Fee)

Dundee City Box Office: tel 01382 434940
Telephone transaction fee £1.50
Online transaction fee £2.50.

Dundee Choral Union’s Christmas Concert

Dieterich Buxtehude Cantata – “Das neugeborne Kindelein”
Stanford – “Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis” in B flat
Britten – “A Ceremony of Carols”
Clark – “Venite Adoremus”

Conductor: Derek Clark

Catriona Hewitson: soprano
Lea Katherine Shaw: mezzo soprano

Organ: Morley Whitehead
Harp: Sharron Griffiths

Full Price – £15.00
Students and Unemployed – £5.00
Accompanied School Pupils – Free.

Dundee City Box Office: tel 01382 434940
Telephone transaction fee £1.50
Online transaction fee £2.50.

Snow White

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall at the Whitehall Panto IS the most magical of them all! With a brand-new Graeme Neil Smith script, Snow White will feature all the glitter and spectacle that we have come to expect from the DMS Whitehall Pantomime. With a brilliant cast it’s a show packed full of laughter, music and special effects and with an amazing set and faaaaaaabulous costumes, add some slapstick and theatrical magic and we have the best start to Christmas around.

Big Girls Don’t Cry

It’s time to hang on to what we got and celebrate the iconic sounds of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. Come out tonight as we take you to a place where the moon shines bright and we dance the night away, taking you back in time with Big Girls Don’t Cry. During the sixties and seventies number one hits Sherry, December 1963 (Oh What a Night), Walk Like a Man, Rag Doll and Big Girls Don’t Cry helped propel the Four Seasons and Frankie Valli to super stardom. Oh what a night it will be! It’s the time, it’s the place, it’s the motion. Tickets £30 ( £27.50 plus £2.50 booking fee). Dundee City Box Office: tel 01382 434940 Telephone transaction fee £1.50 www.dundeebox.co.uk Online transaction fee £2.50. 

Santa Dash 2022

Santa Dash 2022

Dundee’s Annual Charity Santa Dash is coming back to our streets on Sunday 4 December 2022. We will be raising money for Dundee Bairns– Fun & Food Programme and are hoping to get as many “Santas” as possible taking part to raise money and get into the Festive Spirit.


  • Adults: £17.00. This includes a full Santa Suit and then a medal and certificate.
  • Under 16’s: £8.00. This includes a Santa Suit (no beard) and then a medal and certificate.
  • Under 5’s: £4.50. This includes a Santa Hat and then a medal and certificate.
  • Under 3’s: Free of Charge. Unfortunately we cannot provide anything for this age group but do encourage dressing up for everyone. It does include a medal and certificate on the day though.

Once you have booked you can collect your santa suit from any of the following venues between Tuesday 1st November and Saturday 3rd December:

Dundee Ice Arena, Camperdown Leisure Complex, Kingsway West, Dundee, DD2 3SQ
Monday – Saturday, 9.00am – 4.30pm
Sunday, 10.30am – 2.30pm

Central Library, The Wellgate, Dundee, DD1 1DB
Monday – Friday, 10.00am – 5.30pm
Saturday, 10.00am – 4.30pm

Queer Stories

These are the stories of the silenced. From 1988 to 2000 Section 28 was in effect in Scotland, prohibiting the “promotion of homosexuality” by local authorities across Britain. A generation of LGBTQ%2B people were abandoned, villainised and abused, and we can still see it’s impact today. Part of the Year of Stories 2022, Shaper/Caper presents Queer Stories – a brand new pop-up performance that gives a voice to the silenced. It explores the impact of Section 28 on the Scottish LGBTQ+ community through dance and verbatim spoken word, inspired by our interviews with LGBTQ+ people who lived through the time. Performed in queer-friendly spaces across Scotland, featuring choreography by the award-winning Thomas Small, Queer Stories beautifully blends lively action and tender vignettes that breathe life back into forgotten memories of the time. After the performances, audiences are invited to share their own memories and stories, to further enrich this incredibly important oral history. This event has been supported by the Year of Stories 2022 Community Stories Fund. This fund is being delivered in partnership between VisitScotland and Museums Galleries Scotland with support from National Lottery Heritage Fund thanks to National Lottery players.

Saturday 3rd December 2022 2.30pm

Fairytale of New York

From the producers of the hit show Seven Drunken Nights – The Story of The Dubliners, Fairytale of New York is the ultimate feel good Irish-inspired Christmas show.

Featuring an international cast of singers, musicians and dancers Fairytale of New York brings you all of your favourite Christmas songs including Driving home for Christmas, White Christmas, Oh Holy Night, Winter’s Tale, Silent Night and of course The Fairytale of New York.

…and just when you think the party couldn’t get any better, this world class show also features some of the greatest Irish sing-a-long songs of all time including The Galway Girl, The Irish Rover, Wagon Wheel, Danny Boy, Dirty Old Town and The Black Velvet Band this magical Irish-inspired Christmas show will have people of all ages singing, laughing and dancing in the aisles.

Thursday 1st December 2022 Tickets £25.00

Jimmy Carr

Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny

Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things.

Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love.

But they’re just jokes – they are not the terrible things.

Having political correctness at a comedy show is like having health and safety at a rodeo.

Now you’ve been warned, buy a ticket.

Wednesday 30th November Caird Hall


Pale Waves @ Fat Sam’s

English indie-pop band Pale Waves were formed in 2014 in Manchester, where lead singer and guitarist Heather Baron-Gracie met drummer Ciara Doran whilst attending university.

They site the likes of the Blue Nile, The Cranberries and Cocteau Twins as influence as well as the late Prince who’s song Purple Rain is described as one of their favourite songs of all time.

The band released their debut album, My Mind Makes Noises, in autumn last year, reaching No.8 in the UK Album charts.

Pale Waves consists of Heather Baron-Gracie, Ciara Doran, Hugo Silvani and Charlie Wood.

Pale Waves are set to tour the UK in September this year. Kicking things off in Glasgow’s Barrowland, the band will also play their biggest London show to date at London’s O2 Forum on this tour.


Vladimir McTavish

Back by popular demand, we’re restarting our weekly Saturday gigs with the amazing VLADIMIR MCTAVISH!

‘One of the finest acts on the Scottish Comedy Circuit’- Guardian

As seen on ‘Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights’

Scottish Comedy Award for Lifetime Achievement(link is external)