THE EASTWOOD Rotary annual variety show is back, with a whole host of acts set to make this year the biggest ever.
The charity concert is a popular event which entertains while raising funds for the club to continue supporting local charities, including East Renfrewshire Good Causes.
The range of acts this year include singers, dancers and musicians who will perform in aid of the neediest in our community.
Charlotte Hoather, a soprano from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, is among the performers. She said: “The show intends to cater for all ages so you can be sure of an excellent night of family entertainment.”
Guitarist Ross Wilson will play songs both classical and modern and local dance group Dancedreams will also take to the stage.
Funcise musical theatre group will also tread the boards, singing songs from musicals.
Event organiser Frank McGhee told Live: “Many talented young artists are set to perform at this year’s show, which will be our fourth annual.
“Each year, the event has grown, raising lots of money for local charities. Last year we raised more than £2,500.
“The show was a sell out then and looks set to be the same again this time round.”
Eastwood Rotary Club’s annual charity variety show takes place on Saturday at 7.30pm.
To book tickets, phone the Eastwood Park Theatre box office on 577 4956. Tickets are £10.