They have inspired more than 50 upcoming musicians from across the north west by filming their work.

Now some of those artists will be showing their thanks by performing a gig for Vision4Dreams’ 10th anniversary.

Winwick singer-songwriter Phil Povey, Orford rapper Spokes, Liverpool funk pop act Shell Deliah and urban pop band Rime Suspex will play at the birthday show on Friday.

The concert will be held at Rain Bar in Academy Way from 9pm.

Acacio Moreno set up Vision4Dreams in Arpley Street a decade ago.

The company started out working with the likes of Connexions and NSPCC by hosting workshops for youngsters.

But the team of five branched out into music two years ago by interviewing songwriters and capturing their tunes on camera.

The idea is to motivate young people who want to make a breakthrough in the industry and the resulting videos have been viewed more than 205,000 times since 2012.

Acacio, from Great Sankey, said: “We’re delighted to have helped so many musicians on their journey to bigger things.

“It’s nice to see that potential and develop it. For a lot of bands and artists it’s their first time in front of the camera.

“It’s good for their experience and exposure as the videos can end being viewed by thousands of people.

“They often get their own fans who comment on their songs online. It shows our work has value.

“Most of the people we work with are at university or have jobs but always make the time to be interviewed in Warrington. We’re proud to be promoting the town.”

Vision4Dreams’ next goal is to launch CD compilations of the bands and artists they have worked with.

Acacio, aged 40, added: “We now have music managers approaching us so the possibilities are innumerable.”

Vision4Dreams’ 10th anniversary concert is at Rain Bar in Academy Way on Friday.

Tickets are £3 and are available on the door.