AN amateur dramatic group are on the hunt for new talent in North Ayrshire and Inverclyde.

The Attic Players in Skelmorlie are looking to expand their pool of actors to join their club, which has been running since 1934.

They are looking for people of all ages and backgrounds to join their successful core group of actors ahead of their new productions.

The group are hosting their annual general meeting (AGM) which will be followed by an information meet and greet informal chat on Monday, June 10 and new members are invited.

Last year, the club performed Oscar Wilde's best loved play 'The Importance Of Being Earnest' in the village's community centre which was a hit.

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To find out more search for The Attic Players est.1932 on Facebook.