A group of Pembrokeshire women are using their vocals and acting skills as they take on the latest incarnation of the famous show, ‘Calendar Girls.’

This musical version of the Knapely WI members who decide to get their kit off to raise funds in memory of the husbands of one member, has been writted by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth.

The newly formed Vision Theatre Company has put the show on, with one review saying:

“Director Drew Baker skilfully allows each of the very different Calendar Girls to tell their own stories and chart the challenges their quite ordinary lives throw up.

“It is this ordinariness that throws their wild idea to strip off to raise money in memory of Annie’s husband John into stark contrast - and provides much of the humour that is a rich vein throughout the production.

“Ultimately there’s nothing titillating about this story - instead it is one of friendship; female solidarity - and the power of ordinary women in extraordinary situations.

“All six of the leads demonstrated some strong acting skills and vocals; but were ably supported by great performances from the rest of the cast.”

Calendar Girls continues at the Queens Hall, Narberth until Saturday evening; see www.visonartswales.com/calendar-girls for more information.