A star line up has been announced at a variety event taking place in the north-east next month.
Comedian Jimmy Cricket and singer Alastair McDonald will take to the stage of Inverurie Town Hall alongside a host of local artists.
Proceeds raised form the event on Friday, March 23 will go to Leonard Cheshire Disability Scotland.
Among the north-east artists taking part include folk group The Rowies, 15-year-old bothy ballad singer Ellie Beaton, accordionist Duncan Ritchie, teenage trio Fiddlers 3, singing group Albacapella, the Lawrence Dance Academy and Inverurie’s own Mitchell School of Drama.
The charity, which is a leading provider of social care and also helps disabled people with healthcare, employment and education programmes, has been in existence since 1948 and is currently expanding rapidly across Scotland.
Michael Jamieson, a senior fundraiser, said a “great night of entertainment” was guaranteed.
He said: “I’m delighted to be staging this, my 59th Variety Special, in support of Leonard Cheshire Disability.
“We have a great line-up of local talent in addition to Jimmy Cricket and Alastair McDonald, so a great night of entertainment is guaranteed.
“The variety specials have always attracted a full house and already, at this early stage, a limited number of tickets are available for the balcony.
“We have seats in the stalls for now though, so please book early to avoid disappointment.”
Tickets for the variety event, which begins at 7pm, are priced at £12.50 or £10 for the stalls and can be obtained by contacting 07827 996245.