IF YOU are wondering what to do this Sunday (16) get yourself down to Rotherham Civic Theatre for a variety show spectacular.
The STARS@LAST production will kick-off at 7pm and will raise money for SAFE@LAST, the Dinnington-based charity which helps young people at risk of running away.
The line-up includes a wide variety of talented performers across the town including Any Dream Will Do finalist Rob McVeigh, celebrity lawyer and comedian Steve Smith, Pamuzinda African drummers and a whole host of dance schools.
The programme includes numbers from Hairspray, Les Miserables and West Side Story, as well as some Bollywood and Riverdance themed items.
Students from Rotherham College of Arts and Technology will turn their hands to the murder and betrayal of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and audience members will be treated to the voices of St Joseph's children's choir.
Christine Ayres, trustee of SAFE@LAST and show organiser, said: “I'm very grateful to all the acts appearing. Everyone said yes immediately when I asked and all of them are giving their services free to help raise funds for SAFE@LAST.
“Rob McVeigh is travelling up from London where he's working on a new BBC show, especially to sing for us.
“I hope we have the full house our show deserves, and which will make sure we raise maximum funds for SAFE@LAST.
“I'm confident people will be thrilled with the show even though there's no prior rehearsal on stage.”
Tickets are £9 or £7 for concessions and are available from the box office on 01709 823621. Tickets may also be available on the door.