|14th April 2021|
Festival Theatre Edinburgh
13/29 Nicolson Street , Edinburgh South EH8 9FT
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An Evening With Mark Cox, Jane McCarry and Paul Riley
Join lifelong friends Paul, Jane and Mark for an evening of fun, laughter and memories of the hit show with an opportunity for you, the audience, to ask anything you’ve ever wanted about the iconic multi-award winning Still Game!
Does Isa ever stop talking? Is Tam miserable in real life? Does Winston really only have one leg? (No, he’s an actor - don’t be daft!)
After 62 episodes, 21 years and a record-breaking run of live shows at the Hydro, three of Scotland’s best-loved comedy actors are coming together for a hilarious night out not to be missed!
Jane promises to go on longer than Ken Dodd, Paul promises a meet and greet with his leg and Mark promises to give you that tenner back next week.
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