An adaptation of a hit 1980s film is coming to a north-east town for a four-day run.
A stage version of popular musical Fame will begin at Stonehaven Town Hall on June 8 and run until June 11.
The show is being staged by Ma Simpson’s Productions and comes following a near sell-out production of Hairspray in the town last year.
A sneak preview will take place in Stonehaven’s Feein’ Market in the town square on Saturday, with cast members showing of their talent.
Organiser Chris Stirk runs Fame-style talent classes in her music shop, Ma Simpson’s, and hopes they can top Hairspray’s record of more than 1,200 ticket sales.
She said: “I can’t believe how good this cast has become over the last few months. It’s going to be a great show.
“The singing is stunning. I don’t expect to see a dry eye in the house when they sing Bring On Tomorrow.
“We are so proud this area has produced such young talent to create this high calibre of musical shows.”
Fame tells the story of several students at the High School of Performing Arts in New York.
The musical was given a £2,000 boost from Aberdeenshire Council’s Kincardine and Mearns area committee.
Tickets are available from Ma Simpson’s on Stonehaven’s Evan Street or online at www.masimpsons.com