Showcasing their rendition of the award-winning and world-famous Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats, youth drama group Ragamuffins had their work cut out for them.
Running four performances at Aberdeen Arts Centre this week, the talented bunch prove that powerful vocals can be possessed regardless of age.
The stage was lit, introducing the audience to a larger-than-life junkyard where the curious tribe of cats gathered.
One by one, each cast member emerged to take the spotlight and show their impressive singing abilities.
A standout performance was that of Orla Woods, who took the role of the decrepit Grizabella.
While Niro Paulino played the part of Rum Tug Tugger fantastically, providing a touch of humour.
As a whole, the evening boasted big musical numbers, including the iconic soundtracks of The Jellicle Ball and Memory, as well as a superb set.
Closing with The Addressing of Cats, the crowd were in awe of the performers, admiring the amount of hard work and effort put into their deliveries of the familiar characters.
The charming production was certainly fun-filled and made for a delightful watch.