Over the years Fraserburgh Junior Arts Society has entertained thousands of people by performing pantomimes, plays, musicals and variety shows - even bringing flying to the local stage in “Peter Pan”.
Now, with their latest offering they bring all the glitz and glamour associated with the Eurovision song contest right here to Fraserburgh.
Singers, dancers, great costumes, a brilliant set, plus two fantastic hosts all come together to provide a super, fun show with plenty of opportunity for audience participation.
This is a contest where the spectators are the judges, so do not forget to have your mobile phones powered up!
Tickets go on sale 9am this Saturday, May 12, at the Dalrymple Hall and Arts Centre.
Tickets are priced £10 and £7.
The show runs from Monday, May to Friday, May 25.
To make sure of being a part of this experience, it is recommended that you book early.
“EUROBEAT - Almost Eurovision (Sarajevo)” is a fun show, written by Craig Christie and Andrew Patterson, that has all the elements of the Eurovision Song Contest, but with less contestants.
The winning country at each performance is chosen by audience votes, so there is the potential for a different winner on each evening.
Be advised that this show is not recommended for children.
Also, be sure to visit www.fjas.org.uk for information and news from the Fraserburgh Junior Arts Society.