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Shout out for music talent to help pupils finish creative programme on a high note

02 February 2020

A creative learning programme that ONFife runs with schools will this year end with a music showcase in Rothes Halls.

The ONFife initiative, called Dark Days, offers high school students hands-on technical experience of theatre and events management and 10 pupils from Glenrothes High School will finish the programme by organising the entire final event on Friday, March 20.

The stage will be open to local young people who want an opportunity to showcase their singing talent.

To take part, performers must be aged between 14-18, live in the Glenrothes area and be available to perform on March 20.

A short video or audio recording of up to 60 seconds in line with what would be performed on the night should be sent to events@onfife.com by Monday, March 2. If you are under 18, submissions must be sent from the email address of a parent or guardian who must give consent in the email.

It is the third year ONFife has run the Dark Days programme.

Tickets for the showcase event are £3 and available from ONFife box offices.

For further information please contact: Sheona Small, Press Officer, tel 07809 727 989 or 03451 555 555 ext 445046, or email: sheona.small@onfife.com

Notes to editors:

· Fife Cultural Trust (ONFife) manages and operates theatres, libraries, museums and galleries and cultural partnerships on behalf of Fife Council for people living, working and visiting Fife. Further information about Fife Cultural Trust can be found online at www.onfife.com