Multimode fibres (MMFs) are becoming increasingly attractive in optical endoscopy as they promise to enable unparallelled miniaturisation, spatial resolution and cost. However, high-speed imaging with wavefront shaping has been challenging. Here, we report the development of a video-rate dual-modal photoacoustic (PA) and fluorescence microscopy probe with a high-speed digital micromirror device (DMD) towards forward-viewing endomicroscopy. Optimal DMD patterns were obtained using a real-valued intensity transmission matrix algorithm to raster-scan a 1.5 μm-diameter focused beam at the distal fibre tip for imaging. The PA imaging speed and spatial resolution were varied from ∼2 to 57 frames per second and from 1.7 to 3 μm, respectively. Further, high-fidelity PA images of carbon fibres and mouse red blood cells were acquired at unprecedented speed. The capability of dual-modal imaging was demonstrated with phantoms. We anticipate that with further miniaturisation of the ultrasound detector, this probe could be integrated into medical needles to guide minimally invasive procedures.