A GLASGOW theatre company which helps marginalised people engage with the creative arts is staging its latest production in the city this weekend.

In Cahootz, which supports people who have experience of addiction, homelessness, mental health issues, the criminal justice system and poverty, will perform The Heckelburnie Hecklers by Martin Travers.

The story follows local band Cauld Sweat and their friends and neighbours as they fight to save their local community centre.

The piece came from a collaboration between the Creative Citizen Project and drama-based consultation workshops within Glasgow’s Recovery Community.

Director Annmarie Strain said: "Our production is all about heart and community – people coming together to face adversity and support each other. It’s about having a sense of belonging.

"For me, this production captures everything that In Cahootz Creative Citizens is about. Each year I am blown away by the quality of performance that our participants bring to the stage. The audience are in for a real treat."

The Heckelburnie Hecklers is at the Brian Cox Theatre in The Boardwalk on Brunswick Street from February 29 until March 2.

Tickets can be booked in advance by emailing suzanne@incahootz.co.uk or by phoning 07907 478446.