Comedian Jim Davidson is returning to Dundee next year.
The foul-mouthed funnyman will once again tread the floorboards of the Whitehall Theatre on February 8 as part of his The People Fight Back Tour.
It comes after his most recent performance at the West End theatre in January this year.
Best-known for his stints hosting Big Break and The Generation Game, Davidson will follow the same tour as this year with a stop in Dunfermline the following day.
Davidson, 64, has spent the last year celebrating four decades in show business but is once again hitting the road to do what he enjoys most.
Davidson first launched to fame in the 1970s on talent contest New Faces.
As well as his TV work, Davidson’s vulgar brand of stand-up still attracts crowds across the country.
Davidson’s TV appearances have been limited since winning Big Brother in 2013 and he told the Tele in December that he’s accomplished all that he’d like to in the entertainment world.
Davidson’s new show follows a similar theme to many of his most recent stand-up performances, urging his fans to stand up to the politically correct world.
Tickets for the show are available from whitehalltheatre.com.
Doors open at 7.30pm.