SCOTTISH supergroup Mànran are set to make their Dunfermline debut later this year.

The internationally recognised band will play at the Alhambra Theatre for the first time ever on August 16.

Mànran, part of Scotland's traditional music scene for over a decade, are known globally as one of the most iconic and respected bands from these shores.

Band member Gary Innes said: "The Alhambra Theatre is a venue that we have wanted to play for many years.

"We are over the moon to finally have a date locked in the diary and look forward to finally visiting Dunfermline with Mànran and experiencing this beautiful theatre that we have heard so much about."

The group is not new to touring, having delivered their unique live performances in more than 30 countries.

The band have also won the "International Artist of the Year" award at the Australian Celtic Music Awards.

As well as that, they have toured Asia and the USA.

Mànran's worldwide fanbase has grown thanks to their self-penned tunes performed on a mix of traditional and modern instruments, their captivating songs in Gaelic and English, and their energised live performances.