FOLLOWING the sell out success of last year’s Sunshine On Leith, Kelty Musical Association are presenting a brand new show with the Fife premiere of Monty Python’s Spamalot.

Described as “lovingly ripped off from the original”, it takes many of the legendary comedy group's most famous sketches from The Holy Grail and other sources and turns them into a musical extravaganza parodying many other musicals.

Expect to see can can girls, tap dancers, romance and comedy galore in this dazzling show featuring many of your favourite Kelty performers including Gary Gibb, Peter Tomassi, Darren Johnstone and Steven Smyth.

Kelty has long been famed for the families within the company and this year association stalwart Lindsay Black is joined on stage by his son Craig (in his Kelty debut), playing The King of Swamp Castle and his weedy son Prince Herbert.

Meantime Lucy Duffy, whose father, grandparents and great-uncles have all been involved with the company, also makes her Kelty debut as The Lady of the Lake.

Spamalot runs in the Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline from Wednesday May 3 to Saturday May 6 at 7.15pm nightly, with a 2.15pm matinee. Call 01383 413089 for tickets, priced at £14/£12.