Variety show for veterans
THE Caird Hall will host a variety show in aid of two veterans’ charities on Saturday.
The event, organised by Lest We Forget, will feature comedy, song and dance.
Tickets cost £7 and are available from the Dundee City Box Office in City Square.
All proceeds will go to Rosendael Veterans’ Residence in Broughty Ferry and Erskine House, which also provides accommodation and care for veterans.
Performers at the 7pm show will include comedy act Private Eddie Davis and musical performances from singer Alison Ross, the Dee Ukes Band and the Freevoice Singers. A GATHERING is to be held “to help find justice and comfort” a week after a man was found murdered at an Angus beauty spot.
The body of 27-year-old offshore worker Steven Donaldson was discovered at the RSPB Loch of Kinnordy nature reserve on the outskirts of Kirriemuir.
Police said that Mr Donaldson had been the victim of a “brutal and sustained attack” and are treating his death as murder.
An event page has been created on Facebook for a vigil, which is set to take place at Aikman Road, Arbroath – Mr Donaldson’s home town – at 6pm today.
In a statement on the page, Faisal Naseem said: “(It is) a week on from the heartbreaking discovery, a loss which is still the cause of numbness, denial and heartache.
“If you can, find the strength and time to gather in support for Steven to help find justice and comfort with others who shared the privilege to have known such a kind soul.
“I, like many others, can’t accept he has gone and am struggling to grip the