Stirling pupils whose Christmas concert was in jeopardy after a school fire have been offered one of the most prestigious venues in central Scotland.
The pupils are to perform at Stirling Castle
St Modan's High School faced having to cancel the event as a result of the fire in the assembly hall last month.
However, Historic Scotland stepped in and offered up Stirling Castle's Great Hall at a "greatly reduced rate".
The concert on 13 December, which involves 150 pupils in four choirs and a full orchestra, has already sold out.
Lynsey Marshall, of Historic Scotland, said the organisation was happy to help.
"The pupils work so hard every year to put the concert together and it would have been terrible if they had had to cancel," she said.
"We checked our bookings and the Great Hall at Stirling Castle was free on that date, so now the show can go on!"
St Modan's head teacher, Francis Lennon, said: "We are extremely grateful to Historic Scotland for stepping in at the last minute to save this event.
"Had it not been for Historic Scotland, we would have had to cancelled this year's concert."