Unique events are to be held in Perth to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
Audiences will experience touching tributes to fallen soldiers through contemporary arts during three performances in both Perth Theatre and Perth Concert Hall.
Commemorations begin with The 306: Dusk in Perth Theatre – the last in a trilogy co-produced by the National Theatre of Scotland.
The musical theatre production from between October 10 and 27 explores what the war means to people today, through memory, friendship and betrayal.
In the tale, a pregnant teacher goes missing in the woods during a school trip to a battlefield while an injured veteran of the Iraq war relives the nightmare of battle and a blindfolded soldier wakes up after 100 years to hear the birds singing once more.
In Perth Concert Hall, audiences will take to their beds in a makeshift wartime hospital for the immersive Charlie Ward sound installation, which will be performed between October 15 and 19.
On November 11, a cast of singers and musicians will commemorate Armistice Day through song, music and poetry in No Man’s Land, a one-off performance in Perth Concert Hall.
Mike Griffiths, interim chief executive of Horsecross Arts, the creative organisation behind Perth Concert Hall and Perth Theatre, said: “The commemoration of the centenary of the Armistice has offered us a unique opportunity to present a range of contemporary events across the art forms collaborating with artists and organisations from Scotland and beyond.
“It will allow our audiences to get a flavour of life at that time through the music and stories we are showing this autumn.”
Local musicians will be performing in the Armistice Day performance, as the house band of the acclaimed Made in Perthshire show will be reconvened to support the vocalists.