A world premiere musical which was unveiled in Largs last year has been turned into a fully fledged show for the Harbour Arts Centre in Irvine at the start of March.

Invisible - 'a show for head cases' highlights the songs of musician Robin Lucas who has battled back from a horror car crash which put him in a coma.

The former professional singer-songwriter has co-written the entertaining show with former Largs editor Drew Cochrane to feature the real-life Sunshine Club which helps those who have suffered ABI - acquired brain injuries - to recover through musical therapy, run by SHIMS, the Scottish Head Injury Music Support group, founded by Robin (65).

Last summer a shorter workshop version of Invisible played to full audiences over nine performances in the Largs Players theatre summer season in Lounge and the Brisbane Centre.

The cast is a clever collaboration between experienced Largs actors and musicians and those who have suffered horrendous head injuries but lived to tell the tale.

Director Drew Cochrane said: "Although it is a serious, sensitive subject it has a great mixture of laughs and emotion underlined by Robin's superb songs. This will be the first full world premiere in Robin's home patch. Largs audiences who enjoyed the story which is quite inspiring may want to see the new full version with more great songs."

All proceeds will help SHIMS in its work. Tickets for the shows on Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2, at £10 can be bought at the Harbour Arts Centre or on the Ticketmaster website.