The cast of Kirkcaldy Youth Music Theatre played to sold out audiences at every performance of its latest production ‘Grease’ last week.
The popular musical set on the campus of Rydell High School in Chicago during the 1950s was brought to life by the talented cast of youngsters from Kirkcaldy and the surrounding area when it performed four shows at the Adam Smith Theatre between Thursday and Saturday.
And the rock ‘n’ roll musical score with its well-known tunes had the audience singing and clapping along in their seats.
Now in its 56th year, Kirkcaldy Youth Music Theatre is one of the longest-established youth threatre groups in Fife.
Monica Holland, director of KYMT, said: “It was better than our wildest dreams and the most tickets we have ever sold for a show.
“We paid extra to be able to include all the songs in the show and our last performance on the Saturday night was a sing-a-long one which people came dressed up for. The kids loved it and it was a huge success.”