Scottish comedian Fred MacAulay had the audience in hysterics at Montrose Town Hall On Friday night.
Comedy met music at the town hall as Fred and three-piece cover band Fubar entertained the crowd to raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
The comedian, who for 18 years, until March, presented a daily BBC Scotland radio programme MacAulay and Co, shared his take on ‘Life’, sending the audience into uncontrollable laughter.
Fubar then took to the stage, belting out catchy rock tunes and getting people up on their feet dancing.
Fred even joined Fubar on stage, singing backing vocals to The Boys Are Back In Town.
We spoke to Fred, who told us JDRF is a cause close to his heart as one of his sons has type 1 diabetes.
Watch our video to hear more.