A SLICE of sixties youth culture comes to Dyson Perrins CE High School this week.

The school is staging Heather Brothers' musical comedy, A Slice of Saturday Night, in a four-night run.

The show is set in 1960s Britain and charts the story of a group of teenagers hitting the town on a Saturday night.

Around 30 students are involved in the production, from the cast through to behind the scenes, lighting and in the band.

Most of the action takes place in the Agogo nightclub.

Director and head of drama Steph Vipond said that they had tried to make the club similar to the Cavern club in Liverpool.

"There's a lot of songs that parody the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, so the set is very Cavern-esque," she said.

"We have some incredibly gorgeous gogo dancers and a wonderful chorus."

The show runs from Tuesday (March 20) to Friday (March 28), at the school in Yates Hay Road.

It starts at 7.30pm and tickets, costing £4, are available from the school on 01684 564751.