Calling all Still Game lovers. Your favourite Craiglang regulars may soon be hanging up their polyester jumpers for good, but fear not – the fun is continuing in a one-off final celebration that you can be a part of.
To mark the end of Scotland’s long-running and most loved sitcom, the BBC are hosting one last night of all things Still Game to explore why the show is so special.
A variety of celebrity guests and fans are invited to share their stories on what the show means to them.
In particular the creators of the show are looking for super – fans of Still Game to be featured.
So do you or anyone you know:
- Have any Still Game tattoos?
- Know someone just like one of the characters?
- Know anyone who’s dressed up as any of the characters?
- Want to share any moments from the show that mean something special?
- Love Still Game from far flung corners of the globe?
Still Game’s final episode will air on Thursday 28 March, so if you want to send off Jack, Victor, Isa, Navid, Winston and the rest of the gang in style this is the perfect opportunity to let the world know why you’re one special fan.
Still Game first aired 17 years ago back in 2002, as a spin-off from its sketch in comedy show Chewing the Fat, also created by Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan.
The show first began in theatre before moving to radio and television, and proved so popular among its Scottish audience that it was broadcast nationally as of the fourth season.
Kathryn McGoldrick, who is working on the Still Game celebratory show said: “With funny anecdotes from some of Still Game’s biggest fans, scenes from the past nine series and video messages from fans across the globe, the whole nation will be in conversation about Craiglang and the gang.”
To get involved, send a message to email@example.com by Friday 22 March 2019.