A north-east circus troupe will honour dozens of award-winning performers and volunteers at an event later this month.
Peterhead-based Theatre Modo organises events and displays for young people across Banffshire and Buchan, as well as working with the police and community groups to crack down on antisocial behaviour.
In 2015, the group oversaw more than 800 workshop hours which were delivered to 11,000 participants and artistic director, Martin Danziger, believes their total audience for the last 12 months was in excess of 30,000 people.
Now, he and his team are preparing to honour the achievements of their charges at a special event later this month.
He said: “In recognition of the achievements of Modo’s participants and volunteers, over 200 Saltire Awards, Dynamic Youth Awards, Youth Achievement Awards and Young Aberdeenshire Volunteer Awards will be presented.
“The evening will also feature short circus performances by some of the participants and refreshments at the end.”
The awards ceremony will be held in Peterhead on Thursday, March 31.
Modo is also involved in organising one of the north-east’s largest annual events – the Aden-een fright night and fireworks festival at Mintlaw’s Aden Country Park.
Mr Danziger added: “Thanks to all the participants, volunteers, colleagues, partners and supporters who helped to make 2015 such a great year.”
The event will also mark one year since Modo moved to new premises in Peterhead’s Erroll Street – a move described by Mr Danziger as “a great investment”.