Linlithgow Academy pupils got the chance to express themselves at their annual art show.
The students showed off their artistic side as a variety of performers took to the stage to entertain the crowd.
Some third year pupils performed their own choreographed dance duet and a large dance group featuring S1-S4 students also had a starring role. Singers sang in order to raise money for a summer volunteering trip to India.
A magician wowed with his trickery, Ian Macartney read his winning poetry entry to the Foyle Young Poets competition and Alice Gowanlock and Jane Keery showed off their piano skills.
The annual S2 fashion and performance costume show also dazzled the catwalk.
Art teacher Peter Scott said: “The night was a great success with lots of really positive comments and feedback from those who attended.
“The students had an incredible experience and enjoyed putting the show together.
“The expressive art show provides a great showcase opportunity for the work the teachers and students at the Academy put into the expressive arts.
“The night could not have happened though without the hard work of the staff, in particular Claire Wright who organised the event.”