An Arbroath attraction is to host a day of piratical fun for all the family this weekend.
As part of the Festival of Museums, the Signal Tower Museum will have a pirate-themed fun day including a live painting demonstration on Saturday.
Local artist and performer Neil Paterson has researched the history of the bombardment of Arbroath by the French privateer captain Fall in 1781.
With his banjo playing pirate colleague Brian McKay, Neil will recreate the events around this cataclysmic event using songs, tunes, costumes and live painting action.
There will be pirate-themed activities including quizzes, trails and crafts to enjoy in the museum all afternoon, ages four and above.
The live painting demonstration will take place outdoors and starts at 11am and will last approximately an hour.
The craft activities will take place inside the museum after the painting demonstration.
Admission to the museum is free but it is recommended to arrive at 11am for the painting demonstration, otherwise drop in between noon and 4pm.