Still Game. Sheathing (Bruce Morton).

Comedians roast Glasgow

Glasgow Comedy Festival guests take a loving swipe at their host city.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 12th March 2019

Scotland's funniest 60 people

As the Glasgow International Comedy Festival prepares to launch with a gaggle of giggles later this month, we count down Scotland's funniest 60 people.

The Herald, 3rd March 2019

Glasgow comedy legends - where are they now?

Sometimes it's worth recalling the great acts that don't always receive their due -- so here's a few worth rediscovering at the start of the Glasgow Comedy Festival.

Jay Richardson, Glasgow Live, 13th March 2017

Still Game 2 Live

Still Game Live 2 really is a brilliant follow-up to the 2014 success.

Mark Brown, The Herald, 12th February 2017

Still Game: Live 2 Bon Voyage

When Jack and Victor take to the stage and insist that there will be less spectacular effects than at their first Hydro residency in 2014, you just know that the opposite will be true. So, when Navid, Isa, Winston, Boaby and Tam make their entrances, it's via increasingly daring stunts that have the adoring throng in raptures.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 6th February 2017

Still Game Live 2: Bon Voyage review

Tellingly, you leave satisfied if this is to be Still Game's final live voyage, but keen to return if there are further productions still to come.

Jay Richardson, Chortle, 6th February 2017

Still Game: Live 2 review - hilarity ahoy

When does a sitcom get too big for its boots? It's a worry that must have crossed the minds of Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill on returning to the hangar-like Hydro where, in 2014, Still Game played to 210,000 people in 21 nights.

There's something surreal about seeing the TV escapades of Jack and Victor in a venue where bouncers guard the stage and the audience needs two giant screens just to see what's happening. Undaunted, they've come back with a show of even greater ambition - and just as many laughs.

Mark Fisher, The Guardian, 5th February 2017

Still Game Live 2 review

Showbiz is full of people going on journeys, most of them tedious. Not this one. Book your passage.

Steve Hendry, Daily Record, 4th February 2017