A THIRD performance of a Still Game spin-off show in Greenock has been announced.

Cast members Jane McCarry, who played the role of Isa, Mark Cox, who starred as Tam, and Paul Riley, aka Winston, have added another extra performance of that their new Craiglang-inspired, 'Still Gaun!', at the Beacon Arts Centre later this year.

The original show on June 6 - part of the second annual Clyde Comedy Festival - sold out in quick time leading to another date being added on October 17, but all the tickets are now gone for that too.

The actors have now added a third matinee performance on October 17 due to demand.

Mark, who is fresh from treading the boards in panto at the Beacon alongside Jane, says all three of them have been blown away by the response from fans in Inverclyde.

He said: "We're very pleased people are coming out to see us.

"We've been planning this for over a year and to see it being so well received is amazing.

"It also means a lot opening the very first show at the Beacon Arts Centre - but for another two shows added, we're absolutely delighted."

The trio, who are all good friends off stage, hand-picked the Greenock venue to launch their new 'evening with...' style tour after being impressed with the theatre, staff and audiences during performances there.

They will look back on their 21 years together starring in the award-winning BBC Scotland comedy and share stories from their time on set and selling out the 13,000-seater Hydro in Glasgow during the Still Game Live shows.

'Still Gaun!' is expected to go on tour across Scotland after the opening night at the Beacon and will finish back in Greenock with the two extra performances in October.

For tickets and more information, visit beaconartscentre.co.uk or call 723723.