The final rehearsal has taken place for a special performance by an Aberdeen charity.
North East Sensory Services (NESS) will hold the event All Together NESS on October 20.
A group of around 10 service users have come together to perform and showcase their skills to an Aberdeen audience.
NESS, an independent sensory charity, supports blind and deaf people to help them with information, equipment and support.
All Together NESS aims to show that deaf people can also appreciate music.
A repertoire of around 12 songs will be played, including saxophone solos and popular Queen song Bohemian Rhapsody performed in sign language.
Neil Skene, fundraising co-ordinator for NESS, said: “This unique show is to showcase some of our service users who are very talented.
“It will also be signed and a couple of special songs are planned.
“It’s the first time it has taken place. Our interpreter Lesley Crier put it together. There are around 10 people performing 12 songs. There are also saxophone solos.
“We want to show that deaf people can appreciate music too.”
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Although last night marked the final rehearsal, those taking part have been rehearsing their songs for several weeks.
There will be a matinee performance and an evening finale on October 20 at St Mark’s Church.
Tickets for the event cost £10 and are available from the NESS offices on John Street.