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A Love Letter to Dundee: Joseph McKenzie Photographs 1964-1987

14th August - 10:00
Dundee's waterfront transformation has gained worldwide recognition. In the latest of our changing annual displays, we return to Dundee of the 1960s-1980s.
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Last Tay Spinners

14th August - 10:00
Meet the Last Tay Spinners, photographs by Andrew Cronshaw. The exhibition documents one of the last days of jute spinning at Tay Spinners in Dundee before its closure in 1998.
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Artie's Singing Kettle

14th August - 11:00
The Singing Kettle's founder, Artie, is back with the original Kettles. Packed with clues to your favourite songs. The Music Man, Bunny Fou Fou, the Eelly Alley O and Boa Constrictor.
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Guided Walk Around Ancient Dundee Howff Graveyard

14th August - 11:00
'The Howff ' is an old Scots name for a meeting place-you will find out why on the tour!
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Cine Sunday: Nope

14th August - 11:00
The superbly-titled Nope sees Peele reunited with star Daniel Kaluuya (who was Oscar-nominated for his Get Out performance) as he puts his spin on UFOs.
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The Street at The McManus

14th August - 12:30
Take a walk down memory lane and immerse yourself in The Street at The McManus.
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The British Museum Spotlight Loan: Troy: Beauty and Heroism

14th August - 12:30
Helen and Achilles are central characters in the story of the Trojan War. Helen is the most beautiful woman in the world.
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The Street at The McManus

14th August - 12:30
Take a walk down memory lane and immerse yourself in The Street at The McManus.
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Bright Dundee Tours

14th August - 13:00
For small groups, weather permitting.
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Nope

14th August - 13:00
Writer/director Jordan Peele is one of contemporary horror's trailblazers, his previous films (supremely confident debut Get Out and follow-up Us) are simultaneously intelligent, genre-literate works

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