COMEDIAN Jo Caulfield is bringing her tour, Here Comes Trouble, to Dunfermline.

The award-winning stand-up is famed for her appearances on TV shows including Mock The Week and Have I Got News For You.

Here Comes Trouble promises 90 minutes of witty observations and sharp one-liners at the Baldridgeburn Community Centre on Friday June 7.

Jo said: “My tour show is a collection of my favourite jokes from my last three Edinburgh Fringe shows and some brand-new material about what I’ve been up to since I was last on the road.

"I think it’s going to be a lot of fun to get out there and tell these stories, and generally talk about everything that’s happened – and everything that’s currently annoying me.

"It’s my celebration of anger!”

She will also be offering insights into her relationship with husband Stuart, who she says is "a constant source of inspiration and material".

Jo added: “He’s constantly doing or saying the wrong thing or coming up with a wildly impractical idea for making life easier.

"I think there are a lot of men of his age like that out there, so while Stuart is unique in a lot of ways, I think a lot of women relate to what it’s like sharing your life – and your home – with someone like him.”

Her debut book, The Funny Thing About Death, hit the shelves last August.

In the memoir, she talks about her relationship with her late sister, author and comedy writer Annie Caulfield.

The comedian plans to donate all profits from the book to MacMillan Cancer Support.

Copies will be available for purchase at the end of each tour show, continuing Jo's fundraising efforts which have already raised more than £50,000 for the charity since 2017.

Go to for ticket details for the Dunfermline gig.