A Largs director and playwright's bittersweet comedy 'Crocodile Rock' set in Millport is coming to tv screens this Sunday.

Andy McGregor's show finishes off the series of A Play, A Pie and A Pint on BBC Scotland channel at 10pm on Sunday.

The hour long broadcast is the only musical in the series, set in 1997, and is a comic and musical coming of age story about 17 year-old Steven.

Feeling hemmed in by island life, everything changes when a chance encounter with a drag queen shows Steven a world he never knew existed.

Andy’s first project to be televised, Crocodile Rock is a one-man musical about coming of age, coming out, and discovering who you really are. It features actor Darren Brownlie and musicians Gavin Whitworth and Gary Cameron.

Director, composer and playwright Andy McGregor originally started off in a band Blind Pew, and in a parallel career also co-founded youth theatre groups in his home town of Largs and Greenock. He went on to train at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Shows he has written, composed and directed include Spuds, The Rise And Inevitable Fall of Lucas Petit, Pure Freezin’, Love 2.0 and Vinyl Idol (with Debbie Hannan).

Recorded live in front of an audience at Oran Mor and part of the series A Play, A Pie & A Pint, this is a BBC Studios Comedy production for BBC Scotland.