Teenager Finlay McKillop is about to take centre stage in three key roles at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The 19-year-old, from Monifieth, is to take on the role of Inspector Javert from one of the world’s best loved and longest-running plays, Les Miserables.
Not only that but the former High School of Dundee pupil is to perform two further roles during the fringe which runs during the whole month of August.
He will play the character Benny in Rent, as well as taking on a challenging role in Rabbis, where he will perform more than one character.
Finlay said he was really looking forward to his fringe appearances.
He said: “It’s going to be a busy summer but it’s also going to be fun.
“I left school last summer to take a gap year to concentrate on my musical ambitions and career.
“I am currently with Edinburgh-based Captivate Theatre Group and I’m appearing with them at the fringe.”
Finlay added: “I played Javert in my school’s production. It went down really well so I jumped at the chance to pay the character at the fringe.
“I’m also excited to play the other roles.”
Finlay said he first began singing at the age of six and has been performing ever since.
He added: “I’ve played parts in various shows in Dundee, including in the Caird Hall, and have regularly done gigs and busked in the city as well as Edinburgh and Glasgow.
“I perform a lot of the old classics from Elvis, Sinatra and Tom Jones. However, I also sing opera and performed Nessun Dorma in the Caird Hall.
“I’ve also been singing around nursing homes of late, which is lovely, as they have the same love for my music and are really appreciative of musical theatre, and have also been writing my own play about Alzheimer’s in my gap year.”