A ZOMBIE school is set to be held in the North-east.
The event will teach kids how to be a creepy character and perform a freaky flash mob.
Workshops by Thainstone Events have been launched to help children try something new and get creative this Halloween.
The zombie school recruits, who must be aged between nine and 14, will learn how to transform themselves into undead creatures in workshops.
This includes costumes, make-up and learning dance routines to starring in their own flash mob for a filmed performance, to be viewed by family and friends.
Quids In Theatre Company will lead the troupe of zombies in perfecting their choreography.
Events manager at Thainstone Events, Yvette Harrison, said: “We are always looking for new and innovative activities to add to our programme of community events here at Thainstone.
“We are delighted to team up with Quids In Theatre Company to offer something a little bit different for local children this year.”
Production manager of Quids In Theatre Company, Annie Begg, added: “Our zombie events are very popular for adults and this is a unique chance for children to try out their zombie character ahead of Halloween – through costume, make-up and their performance.
“Young people are fascinated by horror and this is an opportunity for them to be at the centre of a horror-filled production.”
It will be held at the Thainstone Centre on October 24.