IT was all smiles on Saturday as locals joined together to enjoy the Dalmuir Community Fringe.

The event, which was held at the Golden Friendships Hall, celebrated 75 years of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

The Clydebank-take on the incredibly popular event, which is held annually in the capital, featured a number of live performances from acts including Chief Amu Lagotse, Sam Baird, Gina Watupa, Amy McKenzie, and much more.

It was brought to life by ISARO Community Initiative in partnership with Golden Friendships.

Bankies were able to head along to the event and take part in a day of singing and dancing for free.

An ISARO spokesperson said: “Thank you so much to you all who joined in the Community Fringe event in Dalmuir.

“Massive thanks to Jim and the wonderful volunteers for hosting it at Golden Friendships. It was a great day.”