A SPOOKTACULAR bunch of big-hearted musicians are getting together at an iconic Inverclyde venue this Halloween - and the tunes will raise money for charity.

The Loreto Club will welcome Rebekah Kirk, Emanon, Timbed Crooker and Kobra Klutch on Saturday, October 30.

The Halloween charity bash has been organised by Emanon singer Lynn Wilson, her husband Brian, and Inverclyde musician Stephen Galli, and all proceeds will be divided between Macmillan Cancer Support and Ardgowan Hospice.

Lynn said the gig has been organised to entice music fans out again and to say thank-you to the charities for their amazing work.

She added: "These charities hold a place in the hearts of all of the musicians involved.

"They do fantastic work out there in our communities and all over Scotland.

"We lived in Inverclyde for years and we've always been tuned into the music scene here.

"We did a charity night with Timbed Crooker around three years ago and it was a great success.

"With Halloween approaching we just wanted to do something to fun for a good cause."

The Loreto Club show will be Emanon's first ever in-person gig in front of a live audience.

Inverclyde favourites Kobra Klutch will also be celebrating their 10-year anniversary on the night.

To raise even more funds for the charities, there will be a raffle at the end of the live performances.

Lynn hopes that the night of terrifying tunes will help raise a monster amount of money.

She added: "Everyone has been cooped up in the house for so long.

"The gig is giving people the chance to dress up and have fun, and to raise money for two amazing charities at the same time."

Doors open at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £10, can be purchased on the door on the night or via www.ticketsource.co.uk/timbed-crooker