Fans of Strictly have two live shows in Fife to look forward to in the coming weeks.
Brendan Cole and Anton Du Beke are both touring, and the Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline is on their schedule.
Cole brings his All Night Long to the venue on February 24.
He was one of the originals on Strictly, and left after the end of the most recent series, bringing the curtain down on a 13-year stint.
His live show pulls out all the stops with a team of dnacers and a 14-piece band for a night of great entertainment.
He’s a superb frontman, an outstanding dancer, and he can sing and play the guitar. is there nothing he can’t do?
And despite his ‘bad boy of the ballroom’ tag, he’s also a nice bloke!
Anton and Erin hit the stage of the Alhambra on March 3 for a celebration of the golden age of Hollywood.
The duo promise new routines and stunning choreopgraphy as they perform to timeless classics courtesy of the Scottish Concert Orchestra.
Du Beke is one of the ballroom stars on Strictly, and also one of its last remaining original dancers – and enjoys huge popularity with its audiences.
And if you want even more Strictly, then fast forward to May 30 when Giovanni Pernice hits the stage of the Adam Smith Theatre in Kirkcaldy.
He will be joined by seven top dancers including fellow S trictly professional Luba Mushtuk. Choreography also comes from the show’s s creative director, Jason Gilkison.
Ticket details from the theatre’s websites.