There’s a host of great shows this weekend as That’s Fife Comedy festival continues to bring big names to the Kingdom.
Top billing has to go to Nina Con ti who brings her extraordinary ventriloquist skills to Rothes Halls on Saturday night,.
She’ll bring her famous sidekick characters plus the face mask which allows her to turn members of the audience into ventriloquist’s dummies.
Sharp-witted and smart, Conti’s show a must-see - and this is a rare chance to see her in Fife.
Chris Ramsey’s gig at the Adam Smith Theatre on Sunday is already sold out.
The hugely popular stand-up - who was also a star in BBC’s Hebburn series -has played to full houses at the Kirkcaldy venue before, and gone down a storm.
His previous show - all about luck - was well received, and this time he’s back with his new set entitled ‘All Growed Up.’
There’s comedy and magic on offer elsewhere this week as part of That’s Fife.
Kevin McMahon brings his ‘Quantum Magic;’ show to Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, on Friday.
It’s a bit of a homecoming show for the man from Rosyth who was a huge hit at last week’s gala show at Rothes Halls.
His show does feature some audience participation so be prepared to be part of one of his tricks which will have you laughing and also leave you wondering just how he did that!
There is more magic and mirth courtesy of Morgan & West at the Adam Smith Theatre on Saturday.
They have two shows - one for kids in the afternoon and then one for adults in the evening.
Their ‘Utterly Spiffing Spectacular Magic Show’ is aimed at kids aged five and above, and promise slots of manic nonsense, while at night they slow the pace for some amazing stunts in their ‘Parlour Show’
>> Two shows have been cancelled - George Egg at the Carnegie Hall on the 16th, and Morgan & West’s Rothes Halls show on Sunday
>> Tickets details online - OnFife