THE ANGUS Centre for Performing Arts in Carnoustie will present a musical show, ‘Class of 99’, tomorrow (Saturday) in Arbroath’s Webster Memorial Theatre.
The event is the culmination of all the hard work put in by students who have attended the Show in a Week Summer School.
Unusually, however, Saturday’s performance will be a world premiere, as it has been written by Carnoustie student Caroline Dey.
Caroline was born in Carnoustie and attended Carlogie Primary School and Carnoustie High School. She trained with various local theatre and musical groups, who all inspired her to make the stage her career.
Caroline attended Dundee College and is now doing a Degree in Acting for Stage and Screen at Queen Margaret College in Edinburgh.
Her musical is based in Carminnie School for Performing Arts, a place where - with hard work, commitment and real dedication - all dreams are achievable.
Join Tony, Abby, Grace, Bruce and the rest of the new students as they start their journey towards ultimate fame encountering all manner of ups and downs on the way. Ambitions will be tested, secrets will be revealed, friendships will be strained and romance will blossom.
The musical, written specifically for Angus Centre for Performing Arts, features some of the biggest hits of the 1990s.
The youngsters from the summer school will present two performances, at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m. Tickets cost £9 and £7 concession and are available from the theatre box office.