Chetwynde School music students have self-composed an original soundtrack for a video game, set to debut today.

Collaborating with the Manchester Video Game Orchestra, the senior school pupils crafted a brand new piece of gaming music.

The piece, which the students penned and composed from scratch, will be performed at an event at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston.

Katherine Parkinson, head of the creative faculty at Chetwynde School, part of South Cumbria Multi-Academy Trust, commended the project's success.

She said: “Our children have loved working with composer Andy Smith and the professional orchestra over the past few months.

“The final piece is really impressive and they can’t wait for its premiere on stage.”

Those wishing to attend the event can secure tickets via the Coronation Hall website.