RAVE reviews – including a call for a TV show to be made – have been flooding in for Kelty Clippie: The Musical after its sold-out return to the Kingdom following a successful run at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.

And the star of the show was Dunfermline's own Jaqueline Hannan, who gave a stand-out performance alongside former Nazareth vocalist Linton Osborne, who played the driver.

The musician opened the most recent production with a sing-a-long and some festive jokes, where the audience were able to get involved and bring in some extra laughs for the cast.

Neale Hanvey, Alba MP for the Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath constituency, which includes Kelty, attended the performance and said: "Kelty Clippie: The Musical is a wonderful, heart-warming and beautifully-acted show that brought so many memories flooding back from when I was a youngster.

"From the days when the terminus was on the esplanade, and the clubs to be at were the Garrison and Nairn’s social club, to memories of sitting on the bench seats on school trips with streamers out every window."

He has lodged an Early Day Motion in support of the show, leading to parliamentary recognition of the efforts of the cast.

Mr Hanvey continued: "It was an absolute pleasure and a privilege to present the cast, and The Kelty Clippie herself, impeccably brought to life by the amazing Jacqueline Hannan, with the commendation I lodged as an Early Day Motion in Parliament acknowledging this outstanding theatrical work.

"A fabulous production by Kingdom Theatre Company that I’d recommend to anyone. Someone should really make a TV show of this, it’s magic!"

The hour-long show was inspired by the iconic folk song of the same name and follows heroine Maggie Blair, a bus conductress in Fife on her new job, and took place at Kirkcaldy's Linton Lane community centre on Saturday.