Five extra performances have been added to the new run of Still Game live shows.
Actors and creators Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill announced last month that the cast will return to the stage at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow in February for a 10-show run of Still Game: Live 2.
Tickets went on sale last week and five extra dates have now been added due to demand, meaning it will run from Saturday February 4 to Thursday February 16, with the cast taking a break on each Monday.
The first live show in 2014 sold out for 21 nights and entertained more than 210,000 fans at the Hydro.
The show, which follows the antics of pensioners Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade in the fictional Craiglang area of Glasgow, returned with a BBC TV series this month for the first time in almost a decade.
The sitcom attracted its highest ever overnight audience for a single episode last Friday, taking a 58% share of the Scottish TV audience with 1.3 million viewers – beating its previous record of 1.2 million.
Airing for the first time on BBC One throughout the UK, it drew a total of audience of 3.2 million.
The comedy grew as a spin-off from Kiernan and Hemphill’s Chewin’ The Fat sketch show and ran for six series between 2002 and 2007.