DUNFERMLINE is making a song and dance out of its upcoming Outwith Festival with more headliners added to the roster.

Cabaret performer Emma Lynne Harley will be making a hometown return after a career of international acclaim for an hour of risqué, rock, pop, and musicals.

She will be the first member of the genre to ever appear at the event, which will run across several city venues next month.

Also joining the line-up will be Liz Lawrence, a regular feature on Radio 6, star of BBC Radio 1's Introducing playlist, and favourite of DJs Nick Grimshaw and Annie Mac.

Sydney indie-rockers PLANET will also be bringing their UK tour to the festival, alongside previously-announced acts Pulled Apart by Horses, Fatherson, and Luke la Volpe for the festival's contemporary music day, held on Saturday, September 10.

The all-day music celebration will also include Pleasure Heads, Connor Fyfe, SILV, BeCharlotte and Lewis McLaughlin.

Across the week, audiences will have the chance to see more than 35 established and emerging acts across seven venues, with tickets available for £20 plus a booking fee.

The programme further sees the return of the Fire Station Creative Jazz Club for a one-off evening on September 7 with music from former Edinburgh Fringe director and Dunfermline local Paul Gudgin alongside Gus Andrews on trumpet, Tom Gordon on drums, Ewan Hastie on bass, Andrew Gordon on piano and Graeme Wilson on sax.

A free live music show will be coming to Pittencrieff House between 11am and 4pm on September 10 with musicians performing classical guitar, theorbo, recorder, and the lute.

There will also be an opportunity to find out more about the instruments used.

Outwith arts and music festival runs from Tuesday, September 6, until Sunday, September 11 and tickets are available at: https://outwithfestival.co.uk/

The event has received funding from the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, EventScotland, Fife Council and Fife Strategic Events Fund.