FRINGE By The Sea (FBTS), a festival of music, comedy, literature and film, is celebrating 10 years of believing that “small is beautiful” later this summer in North Berwick.

From August 3 to August 12, more than 100 events and concerts will showcase a diverse range of artists and public figures with a series of intimate performances.

A trio of Judy Murray, comedian Mark Steel and hip hop pioneers the Sugarhill Gang and the Furious Five, will set the tone on the opening night.

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The harbour area of the town will serve as the events hub as FBTS prepares for 10 full days of performances for the first time.

Among the most hotly anticipated acts is soul queen Mica Paris, singing the songs of Ella Fitzgerald on August 5 and acid crofters, Shooglenifty, performing with new violinist, Eilidh Shaw, on August 10.

To ensure no-one is left out, children’s events and “other curiosities”, will take place throughout the town.

Singer-songwriter Dean Owens, is another standout name among the first tranche of events announced by organisers.

Owens will pay tribute to Johnny Cash and former Liberal party leader David Steel in lunchtime conversations with political figures, including Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, on August 8.

Comedians Jerry Sadowitz, Steve Gribbin and Seymour Mace will also grace the stage, with more events to be announced in the coming weeks.

Niall Middleton, director of FBTS, said: “Where else will you find Richard Holloway, the Sugarhill Gang, Jerry Sadowitz and Ruth Davidson on the same bill?

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“Last year, the festival brought in £1.9 million to the local economy and we’re aiming to beat that this year. We look forward to working with all those who have helped make Fringe by the Sea such a shining beacon in the festival calendar, particularly East Lothian Council, which has been exemplary in its support.”

Middleton added: “It’s the tenth anniversary of the festival and we’re confident that the performers we’ve got coming will entice people from beyond East Lothian to visit our beautiful little corner of Scotland.”