TALENTED Inverclyde performers will have the audience dancing all night when they bring their own version of a classic film and musical to the Beacon stage. 

Members of Greenock Light Opera Club (GLOC) are presenting their take on My Fair Lady at the Greenock venue tonight (Thursday), Friday and Saturday.

Rebecca Keane stars in central role of Eliza Doolittle, and the role of Professor Henry Higgins is played by Jonathan Procter. 

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The Beacon audience will recognise songs like 'I Could Have Danced All Night', 'Wouldn't It Be Loverly', and 'On The Street Where You Live' in the show. 

GLOC president Calum McVittie says the show is a traditional take on the film and the musical. 

He added: "Everyone will recognise the costumes, songs and moments from the film. 

"Over the last few years we've presented a lot of modern musicals, so this is a bit of a change of direction for us. 

"It's been a totally different experience for some of our younger cast members but everyone has really enjoyed it.

"It's a really feel-good show full of fantastic messages and themes, and there are a few tear-jerking moments. 

"There will be a lot of toe-tapping and clapping, and people will leave the theatre with a nice warm glow."

To book tickets visit www.beaconartscentre.co.uk/events/my-fair-lady