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Still Game: The Final Farewell review

Outrageous doesn't begin to describe it.

Thom Dibdin, The Stage, 30th September 2019

Still Game's Boaby The Barman gets honorary degree

Gavin Mitchell, the actor best known for playing Boaby the Barman in the long-running Scottish sitcom Still Game, is to receive a Doctor of Letters from Glasgow Caledonian University.

Beyond The Joke, 15th June 2019

Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 winners

Susie McCabe, Amy Matthews, Jay Lafferty and Christopher MacArthur-Boyd, Still Game and Breaking The News were amongst the winners in the Scottish Comedy Awards 2019.

British Comedy Guide, 12th June 2019

Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 nominations

The nominations for the Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 have been announced. Breaking The News leads the lists. Chris Forbes, Christopher MacArthur-Boyd, Jay Lafferty, Larry Dean, Liam Withnail, Limmy, Susie McCabe and Tom Stade are in the running for best solo show.

British Comedy Guide, 10th May 2019

Why Still Game will be sorely missed

Scotland's best-loved sitcom has bowed out. Here's how its hilarious blend of Glasgow banter and bunnets captured a nation.

Megan Wallace, The Guardian, 2nd April 2019

Gavin Mitchell interview

The barman is anxious to see the fan's reaction to the final series when it's broadcast next Sunday.

Steve Hendry, Daily Record, 17th February 2019

Still Game launches Final Farewell live show

The stars of Still Game have announced one final live stage show, to play at Glasgow's SSE Hydro arena, in Autumn 2019.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd November 2018

Still Game, series 8 episode 1 review

In the golden age of the sitcom, some shows were recorded in front of a studio audience and the others had canned laughter superimposed. The former now costs too much and the latter, in which producers decided where the laughs are placed in post-production, has long been thought too tacky. But there is a third way. When Still Game (BBC One) was recording its seventh series two years ago, an audience attended a screening and supplied the laughter track.

Jasper Rees, The Telegraph, 8th March 2018