TICKETS are now on sale for Cowdenbeath Rotary Club’s Community Charity Concert, one of the events bringing the curtain down on their centenary year celebrations.

The venue is Lochgelly Centre, and the date is Friday, May 17, with a 7pm start.

At Thursday’s meeting of the club, secretary Tom Russell, reported that a number of local entertainers have agreed to take part.

He said: "I feel it will be a very suitable way to celebrate 100 years of service to the community by the Rotary Club of Cowdenbeath.

“We are going to be able to present a variety of local performers, all with different skills."

This includes The Fifer Pipers, who will be in full blow; Ensemble, presenting the music and song of Bernstein and Sondheim; The Romi Clarke School of Dance, who will showcase the talents of World Cup Dance Championship contenders; the Kelty Evangelical Gospel Choir, who will present ‘Oh Happy Days’; and Bethany and Bro, a brother and sister team who won the Beath High School Music Award.”

There will also be ‘The Heilan Cooboys’, ‘Nameless and Shameless’ and ‘Soul Accord and Co’, providing music and lots of laughs.

Tickets are priced at £12, with concessions £8 and children £5, and these can be purchased from the Lochgelly Centre box office or online. Money raised from the event will go towards local good causes.