West End star set to perform at Glasgow's SEC Armadillo as major milestone is set to be celebrated.

Movies to Musicals is set to take to the stage at the Finniston venue next February with a star-studded cast having been announced for their 10th anniversary celebrations.

Run by the charity Glasgow Philharmonia, the show is set to include stars such as Scots singer Sabrina Carter, plus Kerry Ellis, Lucy Kay, Paul Tabone, Glasgow’s Rock Choir, and a cast of young performers - As well as having recently announced es Misérables’ John Owen-Jones joining the bill.

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Over the past 10 years, Movies to musicals have showcased some of stage and screen's most beloved soundtracks and have garnered immense popularity over the decade including a host of sold-out shows and featuring on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent.

And theatre lovers will be treated to hits from musicals such as Bugsy Malone, Mary Poppins, Miss Saigon, Six and Les Miserables.

Ahead of his performance, John Owen-Jones said: “I am delighted to be returning to Glasgow once again as the audiences there have always been so fantastic! And it’ll be great to be part of such a special show too!"

"Performing alongside Jones will be some of Scotland’s most promising young talent, with 70 youngsters from across Scotland taking to the stage. Over the past 10 years, Glasgow Philharmonia have given thousands of local children access to free and low-cost classes, culminating in shows such as Movies to Musicals at some of the country’s best venues.

Producer of Movies to Musicals Ross Gunning said: "Many of the young people who come to us struggle with confidence, and we’re really proud of the fact we provide a safe and open space for everyone to just be themselves.

“And seeing the growth in some of these kids, watching them become triple-threat dancers, singers and actors, is what keeps me doing this. It’s hard, especially trying to find funding, but I absolutely love it.

“It’s crazy we’re celebrating 10 years – it has gone by so quickly. I’m really proud of what we have achieved.

"No-one else does what we do - we are the company putting Scotland at the forefront of musical theatre.”