TAE Sup Wi’ A Fifer – the multi-genre club night curated by musician James Yorkston – has announced a four date extension to its run at Kirkcaldy’s Adam Smith Theatre.

Each bill offers unique sets by household names and esoteric performers from all over the globe who might just become your new favourite.

Fans can look forward to a rare solo performance from Mogwai frontman and guitarist, Stuart Braithwaite, the return of cult comedy icon Josie Long and one of Scotland’s most influential authors of all time, Ian Rankin.

Tickets are already on sale via onfife.com.

Launched in 2015 and supported by Creative Scotland, Tae Sup has become a significant fixture on the region’s live music calendar.

Yorkston has brought performers such as Radiohead’s Philip Selway, Pennsylvanian folk legend Michael Hurley, SAY award winner Kathryn Joseph and much-missed Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison to town.

The 2019 season has so far welcomed the likes of Super Furry Animals Gruff Rhys and will welcome Horse McDonald alongside Daoirí Farrell and Kaviraj Singh in August.

James said: "It’s a thrill, as ever, to announce this next round of Tae Sup wi' a Fifer. Curating these line-ups is a lot of fun, of course there is a responsibility to make each show individual and special, with its own peculiar flavour, but that just helps with the excitement.

"As the bills come together, keeping the quality high, the art is always diverse. I'm delighted that we have these four pure braw nights to look forward to.

“I'm a fan of every single act coming up and there's no doubt I'd be attending every one of these shows even if I wasn't programming them.

"As ever, I have to thank Creative Scotland for their continued support, helping Tae Sup wi' a Fifer bring world class talent to the great town of Kirkcaldy.

"See you all there, at the Adam Smith Theatre."

The line-up for Saturday September 14 sees Ian Rankin joined on the bill by experimental songwriter Jane Weaver and rhythm and blues artist Callum Easter.

On Friday October 25 it's Stuart Braithwaite, pop musician Bell Lungs and guitarist Gwenifer Raymond, followed by poet and writer Hollie McNish, Ye Vagabonds – folk brothers Brían and Diarmuid MacGloinn – and Nancy Kerr and Luke Daniels, two of the British folk scene's top performers, on Saturday November 16.

The fourth date, Saturday December 14, brings comedian Josie Long, Turkish folk musician Özgür Baba and singer and harpist Rachel Newton to Kirkcaldy.