The Old West comes galloping back into the present day in Heydour this week courtesy of the guys and gals of Oasby Drama Company.
The troupe stage their latest production, Gunfight at the Heydour Gulch, at Heydour Parish Village Hall on Friday and Saturday ... complete with a dancing horse.
The piece sees evil saloon owner Clay Blaisedale and his posse of hired bandits hold the town of Heydour Gulch to ransom with their low-down cheating ways.
Everything changes when hero Tex McLintock rides into town.
With the aid of the ladies of the Heydour Gulch Legion of Decency and that dancing horse, hero Tex saves the day and gets the gal.
A spokesman for the group said: “This latest offering from the Oasby Drama Company is a true village affair full of gunfire, song and of course, a happy ending!”
Find Heydour Parish Village Hall in Main Street, Aisby (NG32 3NE ).
Performances start at 7.30pm.
Tickets are priced at £8 or £4 for children and are available from Maurice Payne on 01529 455246.
Refreshments will be on sale ahead of the shows.
Audience members are invited to don Western fancy dress for the evening.