KELTY Wish Foundation are heading "full steam ahead" with their revamped Christmas show.

Due to illness before the festive period, the performance was postponed and will now go ahead on Easter weekend.

The 'Best of Kelty Wish Foundation' show will raise money to go straight back into the community, with this year the money going to a Kelty man with cancer.

Jane Cannon, the Foundation chair, said: "It goes to individual people, most of the money this year is going to a gentleman from Kelty who is a huge person in the community and he has cancer.

"We are doing a fundraiser for him as he wants to go to Berwick for a week, so we are funding that.

"Hopefully, we will be able to buy him an armchair as well."

The show is already getting a good reception, with the Saturday night being close to a sell-out.

"We have a really good following of people who come to every show we do," June said.

"We started off as just a singing show and have grown into a slapstick, cabaret, comedy show now.

"We are not kidding on that we are professional in any way, everyone just gets involved, we have Burlesque, and Sister Act, and Donald Where's Your Troosers, it's a bit of everything."

The group are always on the look out for someone who needs their help, asking for anyone in the area who has a cause to come forward and reach out to them.

Tickets are £10 and can be bought from any Kelty Wish member, at Kelty Club, or on the door.

The shows will take place on Friday, April 15 and Saturday 16.