Musicians in Dundee are to perform a series of workplace gigs to raise money for local Mental Health charity.

Bands including Fat Goth, esperi and Excellent Cadaver will play sets in unusual locations such as offices, schools and libraries during Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 11th-17th May.

The series has obtained the seal of approval from the city’s Lord Provost, who will host a show in the City Chambers on the evening of Thursday 14th.

Funds raised during the donate-to-watch gigs, organised by Dundee Jam, will go to local charity the Hearing Voices Network (HVN) Dundee, which promotes recovery and inspires hope for those who have experienced mental health difficulties.

Thirteen workplaces across the city will play host to 23 acts, the venues ranging from Carseview Acute Mental Health Inpatients Unit to the city’s Central Library.

Some of the gigs will be open to the public, who can find out about the gigs by liking Dundee Jam on facebook: or by following them on twitter @dundeejam

Acts signed up to take part are: Fat Goth, Krooked Saints, The Sh*thawks, esperi, Panda Su, Excellent Cadaver, Stuart T Purvey, The Orc Mischief, Wojtek, The Rag n Bone Man, Union Chapel, Nicola Madill, Seven Sons, The Onion Club, Song For You, Judges, Ed Muirhead, Tom Barbour (Sinderins), Daniel Paris, Barry Wallace, Breach of the Peach, Simoniacs and Marley Davidson.