New performers and seasoned entertainers will take to the stage at St Brigid's Hall for the final Crossley 15 Minutes of Fame concert of the year on Friday night.
Angela Kenna and Kim Gillie will sing a selection of songs from Les Miserable after performing in the successful production earlier in the year.
"We will just be doing a snippet," Kenna said.
"Kim will be singing On my own, I will sing In my life and together we will do The people's song.
"It is just the well-known songs, hopefully everyone will sing along."
Gillie said it was really good to get an opportunity to perform locally.
"(Everyone) has the chance to get on the stage and showcase their talent," she said.
Jon Clegg from Crossley Craic said the show was a great community event where everyone got involved.
"We have all played a number of times, I have hosted alternately and Keith and Peter work the sound desk. Everyone (in the band) has had a lot of involvement over the six years," he said.
"The audience have as big a role as the performer, really experienced musicians enjoy playing there because they get an audience who listens.
"You can take a risk because you know you will be supported.
"Quite a few people like Nancie Schipper and Cooper Lower got their start on the stage at Crossley."
Doors open for the Crossley 15 Minutes of Fame show at the St Brigid's Hall from 6pm, with the show starting at 7.30pm.
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