Picture: Jack and Victor mark 100 days to Still Game

It's officially 100 days until the characters of Still Game take over Glasgow's Hydro - and entertain audiences with new material for the first time in six years.

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100 days to Still Game. Picture by Martin Shields.
100 days to Still Game. Picture by Martin Shields.

To mark the countdown, Still Game creators Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, who play Jack and Victor on the show, started a specially erected countdown clock on the concourse of the SSE Hydro today.

Reuniting the original television show cast, Still Game: live at the Hydro runs for a staggering 21 shows between Friday, September 19 and Friday, October 10.

Tickets are still available online at www.ticketsoup.com / www.ticketmaster.co.uk or via telephone 0844 395 4000.

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