Work has begun on a new £9.3m ($14.35m) arts centre in Inverclyde, Scotland.
The scheme, part of a regeneration programme, is expected to replace Greenock’s old Arts Guild.
The new centre will be located next to a dockyard near the historic Georgian Custom House.
The centre will house a 500-seat auditorium, a 130-seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms, and a cafe and bar.
The project is jointly funded by Greenock Arts Guild and its project partners Creative Scotland, Inverclyde Council, Riverside Inverclyde and the Big Lottery Fund.
The new centre will be open by 2012, according to eveningtimes.co.uk.