DANCE fever is hotting up at Port Glasgow High thanks to the sizzling musical Disco Inferno.

Pupils took a step back in time to dust down flares and stage the 1970s feelgood show this week.

The cast have been rehearsing their moves since October and all the hard work has paid off.

They have perfected a medley of magical tunes including the title song and Boogie Nights, I Will Survive and YMCA.

Drama teacher Tina Harper and music teacher Julie Ballantyne say pupils from first to sixth year have relished taking part, with some old faces also coming back to help with lighting and sound.

Tina said: “We thought the show would hold an appeal for an audience with old classics.

“We’re hoping to get people dancing in the aisles and during YMCA having a bit a audience participation.

“The pupils are loving the music and a lot of them already knew the songs as they’re so iconic.

The last show is tonight at 7pm.

Tickets costing £5 for adults and £3 concession are available at the school office.