SIR Chris Hoy will be grilled under the Alhambra Theatre lights next week for charity.

The UK's most successful ever Olympian will take to the stage on Tuesday night for a special one-off evening.

The event is being held in support of the Craws Nest Trust, with Fife-born TV and radio presenter Edith Bowman hosting the show.

She's looking forward to the night, which will see all funds going to the charity.

Edith, who will be posing Hoy with tough questions, told the Press: "I've spent some time with Chris over the years and he's a great, interesting guy who was more than happy to be involved.

"We're going to have a look back on his career and how he managed ending that career given how fulfilling and successful it was for him.

"What do you do after that? What has he turned his hand to since? It will be interesting to hear.

"It's going to be a really fun night and it's for such a great cause.

"The crowd will be entertained and all the money goes to the charity so it's a win-win."

The Edinburgh racer won his first Olympic gold medal in Athens 2004 in the Kilo, an event which was dropped prior to Beijing in 2008.

He changed focus and competed in the Keirin, Sprint and Team Sprint instead, winning gold in all three.

Following the historic hat-trick, Sir Chris was voted the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2008 and received a knighthood in the New Year’s Honours list to cap off a fine year.

He went on to win his fifth and six gold medals – in the Keirin and Team Sprint – at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, becoming the UK’s most decorated Olympic athlete of all time with six gold medals and one silver.

The night in Dunfermline will have two special guests in the form of Greg McHugh, of Gary: Tank Commander fame, and DJ Grant Stott.

Tickets cost £25 and are available from the theatre box office on 01383 740384. Doors at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.