More than 60 cast members of all ages took to the stage for three consecutive nights last week at the Loch Centre in Tranent for special performances of Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood.

Performers from local stage school Centre Stage had been preparing for their annual winter performance for months.

Wearing spectacular costumes, the performers put on a memorable display in front of a packed-out Loch Centre.

After the final show, director and producer Kimberley Torley was bursting with pride.

She said: “They all did absolutely amazing, and we had such a good turnout which was great.

“I’m a very proud producer and director once again.
East Lothian Courier: Some spectacular costumes were on display for the showSome spectacular costumes were on display for the show

"It is such a privilege teaching my little stars every week as well as watching them grow and seeing their confidence build.

“I’m also very lucky to be able to work alongside such a talented adult cast that always work so hard to put on the best show they can for our local community. It has been such a pleasure and I absolutely adore my Centre Stage family.

“I am so thankful to have such an amazing team around me. I could not do this without them.

“From my production team, backstage team, including all parents, sound and lighting team, my costume team, everyone who helps with the show during show week and, of course, my outstanding cast! As well as all of you supporting us, I honestly could not do this without every single one of you.

“My heart bursts with pride and love!”

Mike Falconer, chair of Tranent and Elphinstone Community Council, added: "I sadly couldn't make it along this year but I have heard lots of positive things about the performance.

"I absolutely love Centre Stage and all they do for the Tranent and wider East Lothian Community.

"The work the kids and staff put in is fantastic and I applaud them for what I have heard was another fantastic show!"