DUNFERMLINE Dramatic Society present their spring production at the Carnegie Hall Annex this weekend.

'Strange Relations' comprises three one-act plays exploring love, life and relationships written by society president Bruce Adam.

The run promises an evening of comedy for audiences on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th June.

'When I Snap My Fingers' follows the hilarious aftermath of a night out at a stage hypnotist's show for a couple who are still under the influence of post-hypnotic suggestions as they try to impress a new boss and his wife. 'Mary, Mary' revolves around a riotous evening when an attempt at matchmaking by the eponymous mother in the play goes disastrously wrong.

'Will and Wilma' is a fast moving farce for three actors where confusion of identities abounds.

Dunfermline Dramatic Society was formed 125 years ago and has been wowing audiences each spring and autumn with their professional productions.

The shows begin at 7.30pm with tickets at � 8 (�6) available from the DDS website, or Ticket Source on 0844 8700 887