The talented children and teachers of Stagecoach Theatre Arts School are joining forces with former SFA chief executive, Gordon Smith, to hold two Christmas charity concerts in aid of Muscular Dystrophy UK.
The evenings will entail enchanting performances to bring in the festive season with Gordon Smith sharing his playing and singing musical talents on both nights.
Proceeds from the concerts, being held at the Broom Parish Church in Newton Mearns, will help Muscular Dystrophy UK to offer emotional and practical support to over 70,000 children and adults in the UK living with muscle-wasting conditions as well as funding ground-breaking research into treatments.
The Spirit of Christmas concerts have a long standing history seeing the events raise thousands of pounds over the years towards fighting muscle-wasting conditions.
Dean Widd, Muscular Dystrophy UK’s regional development manager, said: “Stagecoach Theatre Arts School work hard to put on two fantastic evenings that is sure to fill everyone with Christmas cheer.
“By coming along and enjoying a festive evening of fun, you can help make sure that support is there for every family who needs us across Scotland and take us one step closer to beating muscle-wasting conditions.”
The concerts take place on on Friday 7 December or Saturday 8 December at Broom Parish Church in Newton Mearns. On both nights, the doors will open from 5.30pm with the concert starting at 6pm.
Tickets for Spirit of Christmas at the Broom Parish Church start from £5.
For more information about Spirit of Christmas or to book, visit Spirit of Christmas or call 0845 872 8058.