Burntisland dancer Jade Adamson is preparing for a return to the Fife stage next week in the new show ‘Tiger Tale’.
The former Balwearie High pupil, who now lives in Glasgow, plays the role of Poppy in the Barrowland Ballet production.
Speaking to The Press this week she said she’s looking forward to performing back in the Kingdom.
She said: “I’m really excited to come back and perform in Fife.
“It’s the one show in the tour that I’ll have a lot of familiar faces in audience.
“I’m really excited to have everyone there, it always makes a difference when you’ve got people you know in the audience.
“It’s funny because I get more nervous when I know my family and friends are coming to see me.”
In ‘Tiger Tale’, which is at the Glenrothes venue on October 20, is the story of Poppy and her family.
She’s bored and longs for someone to play with as her parents are busy with other things.
Her world is turned upside down when a tiger comes to stay.
After leaving Balwearie, Jade studied dance at Edinburgh’s Telford College.
Since graduating she has gone on to work on projects throughout the UK and occasionally internationally.
She has also worked as a community dance artist.
Jade said she’s pleased to be part of the ‘Tiger Tale’ team. She added: “It’s really fantastic, I’m really enjoying it. I’m so pleased Natasha [Gilmore] invited me to work on it.”