A student show raised a six-figure sum for local charities.
The Glaikit Showman, which was staged at His Majesty’s Theatre in April, raised more than £122,000 which will support at least 30 charities.
Causes include Charlie House, which helps children and young people who have life-threatening or life-limiting conditions, Integrate Aberdeen, which aims to make disadvantaged people feel more included, and Triple A’s – an autism led peer support charity.
Aberdeen Student Show assistant administrator Becky Hossick said: “Aberdeen Student Show is affiliated with AUSA Raising and Giving.
“Each year the student show puts on an original parody of a well known musical at His Majesty’s Theatre.
“This year we sold more than 7,000 tickets and raised a whopping £122,625.38.
“All of this money goes to AUSA Raising and Giving who put on fundraisers throughout the year to raise more than £10,000 to add to our total.”
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