Fancy a bowl of Chilli Con Chuckler?

Rory Cameron in the kitchens at Rothes Halls
Rory Cameron in the kitchens at Rothes Halls

Fancy some free comedy-themed food? Thanks to ON at Fife Theatres, fans can tuck in before their gigs at this year’s Fife Comedy Festival.

The menu includes Pasta Ha Ha ... and a Titter Curry.

Or how about a Chilli Con Chuckler?

The free food is on offer as part of the 2014 festival which runs from April 1-13 and brings some big names to theatres across the Kingdom.

The idea came from Evan Henderson, events manager for the cultural trust, and the food is aimed at fans travelling from near and far.

Rory Cameron, who is part of the marketing team for ON at Fife Theatres, said:“Evan originally came up with the idea to team it with the comedy festival and we all agreed straight away - it was such a great suggestion.

‘‘We hope to be able to give comedy fans a fantastic night out by seeing their favourite comedians and adding some free food into the mix.’’

The menu of food has been comedy-themed, while on stage the dishes served up include live shows by a host of star names.

The comedy menu includes droll American stand-up Rich Hall as well as the hugely controversial Jerry Sadowitz.

Hardeep Singh Kohli, Omid Djalili, Fred MacAulay, and Grant Stott are also joined by many other peformers - from puppets to up and coming comics .

And many others and now there’s the added chance to eat, drink and be merry at the festival.

Added Rory: “I would also hope that this would encourage more people to come to the theatre and see some of the comedy shows as part of the festival.

‘‘I’m looking forward to seeing The Showstoppers Improved Musical.

‘‘They put on a musical comedy show based on suggestions by the audience which makes every show unique depending on the night

“That plus free food, you can’t lose!”

The free food also includes vegetarian options.

Fife Comedy Festival runs from April 1-13.