Still Game fans suffering withdrawal over the end of the cult Scots comedy series are in for a treat as a trio of its stars prepare to take to the stage.
Actors and lifelong pals Paul Riley, Jane McCarry and Mark Cox will bring their show Still Gaun! to venues across Scotland including Dundee Rep Theatre this autumn.
The show – billed as an evening of fun, laughter and memories of the hit sitcom – will be an opportunity for the audience to ask anything they’ve ever wanted about Still Game.
Created by and starring Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill as notorious pensioners Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade who live in the fictional area of Craiglang in Glasgow, Still Game ran for 62 episodes between 2002 and 2019.
Still Gaun! will also take in The Byre in St Andrews, Arbroath’s Webster Memorial Theatre and Pitlochry Festival Theatre as well as other theatres across the nation.
Video of Paul Riley promoting the show is above this article
Paul Riley – who plays mischievous amputee Winston Ingram – visited Dundee Rep this week to promote the tour.
He says: “It’s going to be a fun night. There will be various different elements to it – which we’d like to keep under wraps at the moment.
“One of the phrases we have been using to describe it is ‘organised chaos’!”
Scots broadcaster Ross Owen will host the show, which will also feature unseen video footage of the cast as well as a Q and A session with Paul and his fellow actors who portray loveable busybody Isa Drennan and mooching miser Tam Mullen.
Tickets are on sale now.
Still Gaun! dates:
September 25: Byre Theatre, St Andrews
October 24: Albert Halls, Stirling
October 25: Music Hall, Aberdeen
October 26: Dundee Rep Theatre
October 27: Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath
November 6: pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com