Youngsters from a Dundee-based equal rights charity will be among the performers taking to the stage at this weekend’s V&A opening ceremony.
Dancers from Dudhope Multicultural Centre will show their moves on the first night of the 3D Festival in Slessor Gardens, headlined by Primal Scream.
The group will perform Indian-inspired dance routines during tonight’s event, which is being screened from 9pm on BBC2.
Dudhope Multicultural Centre, formally known as The Bharatiya Ashram, is a local community organisation at the forefront of cultural integration in Dundee.
It provides a wide range of services to the people of the city, with a particular focus on black and minority ethnic (BME) communities.
The 3D festival celebrating the opening of the £80 million V&A design museum will feature a wide range of Dundee artists, musicians and creatives in honour of the city’s cultural heritage.
Also performing over the weekend are Dundonians Kyle Falconer, Be Charlotte and former Danny Wilson singer Gary Clark.
Doors will be open at 5.30pm for the sold-out event.
As many as 20,000 people are expected to turn out for the celebration, organised by T in the Park promoter DF Concerts and V&A Dundee’s Young People’s Collective.