OnFife is turning up the heat this summer with its new season programme of sizzling spectaculars across its theatres.

At Lochgelly Centre, local talent is front and centre in the summer’s shows.

Taking to the stage is a wide variety of amateur productions providing entertainment for people of all ages.

Bring the kids along to watch LADAMA Theatre School’s Matilda & Musical Miracles Showcase (June 20-22), marvel at Nardone’s Academy’s production of Les Miserables (September 4-7) or simply enjoy a grown-up' night out at the Tom Scott & Band’s Neil Diamond Tribute (September 13).

Debbie Kelly, the venue manager, said: "We love our role as a hub in the heart of Lochgelly and are proud as punch to support local talent and promote our wider community."

Meanwhile, in Dunfermline, comedian Joe Pasquale brings his brand-new comedy show The New Normal ( July 21) to Carnegie Hall.

He’s been showing off on stage more than 40 years and in his latest show he turns his attention on his favourite things to show that things have never been normal!

It will be one big party night with Europe’s leading Abba tribute, Abbamania (June 28), on their 25th anniversary tour.

This sensational two-hour show features all the timeless hits, from Dancing Queen and Mamma Mia to Fernando and Chiquitita.

Another trip down musical memory lane comes with the New Jersey Boys (August 30) with all the classic hits from Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, including Big Girls Don’t Cry and Sherry.

On a darker note, but a must for true crime fans, is A History of British Mass Murderers with Professor Craig Jackson (July 6). His last show sold out fast so grab a ticket while you can.

Always a huge hit with a legion of loyal followers is the Band of His Majesty’s Royal Marines Scotland, returning to Carnegie Hall with Back By Request (September 26), a spectacular evening of musical delights.

For details and to buy tickets go to the onfife.com website.