YOUNG singers with star quality will take centre stage in Renfrewshire tomorrow as part of a UK tour.

The Starfire Singers (pictured above) are a Methodist youth performance group from the United States of America who have gained an international reputation, thanks to a number of widely-praised performances around the world.

And you can see them in action at the Paisley Methodist Central Hall as they raise funds for the building’s roof restoration programme.

They will be performing the original musical Borderless, which confronts the places where people feel stuck in life and aims to find a path towards living beyond those borders.

The performance will include music, song, dance and multimedia.

Janet Redler, chief executive of Janet Redler Travel & Tourism, which is arranging the tour, said: “We are delighted to welcome the renowned Starfire Singers to the UK. Their production Borderless is sure to entertai.

“The Paisley performance will help to raise funds for the restoration of the roof at Central Hall and we would like to welcome people along to enjoy a wonderful evening of entertainment.”

Tomorrow’s show starts at 7pm.

Tickets cost £8 for adults and £5 for concessions and children under the age of 16.

To book, call Paisley Methodist Central Hall on 0141 889 2556.