A Scots opera show 'The Seal-Woman' is coming to West Kilbride.

The Celtic Folk opera production is coming to the Village Hall on March 24 at 7pm.

This opera, which was first performed in 1924, is based on the folk legend of the mythical Selkie and is inspired and created from songs of the Scottish Hebrides. 

On an uninhabited islet in the Western Isles, an old crone or ‘Cailleach’ sings of local legends of seals that turn into mortal women. 

In this legendary tale of two worlds intertwined, The Seal-Woman features some well-known Scottish favourites, such as An Eriskay Love Lilt, The Seal Woman’s Sea Joy and Sea Sounds, making this the perfect opera for newcomers and seasoned opera goers alike.

Tickets are available from scotsoperaproject.com