DUNFERMLINE'S Outwith Festival is boasting a rip-roaring comedy line-up for this year's programme.

It will feature YouTube and social media sensation Kieran Hodgson, who plays series regular Gordon in BBC sitcom Two Doors Down.

The three-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee will be performing his hit Fringe show 'Big in Scotland'.

It was described by Time Out as a "geeky love letter" to the country as well as an "epic work of self-mockery".

Late last year, Kieran’s send-up of The Crown went viral, garnering four million views and even becoming the focus of a Vanity Fair article.

He followed that up with witty multi-character story-telling sketches based on Happy Valley and Bridgerton.

Kieran is performing at the British Legion on Friday, September 8, from 8.30pm.

Tickets are £12.50 plus booking fee.

On Thursday, September 7, Outwith and Bearfoot Club present Jay Lafferty and Viv Gee.

Sought after for her on point satirical views, Jay has become a regular face on our screens.

It was a performance on BBC’s Breaking the News that saw Lafferty hit the front page of The New York Times for her description of Theresa May’s handling of the Brexit deal.

Her Edinburgh Fringe 2019 hit solo show Jay Lafferty: Jammy was made into a BBC Radio Scotland three-part series - Jay’s Jammy.

Compere Viv Gee was a finalist in So You Think You’re Funny and the BBC Open Mic Awards and has since then performed comedy from LA to Bangkok as well as making multiple TV appearances.

That show will take place at The Royal British Legion from 8.30pm onwards and tickets are £12.50 plus booking fee. TV comedy writer Steve Lawrence will also be heading to the city to host a 'How to Write a Sitcom' masterclass.

Steve has experience in comics, radio, television, film and interactive storytelling.

He’s also been part of the BBC Comedy Room, the first BBC Writers room Scottish Voices group and BAFTA Connect.

The event will take place on Wednesday, September 6, between 4.30pm and 6pm at Cafe Wynd.

Tickets are £8 plus booking fee.

Outwith will run from Wednesday, September 6, until Sunday, September 10.

Tickets are available via the festival's website.