A charity Christmas show in New Mills will celebrate the lives of two men who lost their battle against cancer last year.
Proceeds from the show, entitled Let The People Sing, will be split between New Mills Art Theatre Restoration Fund and Blythe Hospice.
Performers will be taking part in the song and dance numbers, including excerpts from musicals and Disney shows, in the Art Theatre on December 5.
The show celebrates the lives of Tom Moss, 38, and Dean Morgan, 39.
Tom was born in New Mills, starting his musical career at the town’s Art Theatre. He auditioned for Sir Cameron Mackintosh, landing the part of ‘Joly’ in Les Misérables which started his professional career.
Dean, also New Mills born and bred, loved to take his wife and two boys to the pantos at the Art Theatre and those on stage who knew him, could hear his laughter from the stalls. Blythe House Hospice cared for Dean during his battle with cancer.
Tickets £8; call 01663 744 271 or buy from A Allen & Son, Accountants, Union Road, New Mills or Images Hair Salon, Images Hair Salon, Buxton Road, High Lane.