Still Game star Paul Riley will be bringing his interactive comedy show to Kilmarnock this spring.

Known for playing Winston, Paul’s ‘Auld Before my Time’ tour looks back on his 30 year career through comedy, Q&As, and quizzes and will stop in the Palace Theatre on April 2.

Each show offers a different experience and allows the audience to ask Paul whatever they like about performing, working in TV, and of course, Still Game.

Paul said: “We did the Hydro a couple of years back and the statistics came through that every single ticket we sold came from a G postcode and I just thought ‘why don’t I go and see all the other fans who are all over the country?’.

“What you get on the night is a meet and greet, you get the chance to have a photograph and then the show starts and I’m interviewed by a friend of mine and he does a Q&A with me.

“I bring the guitar along, sometimes there’s singing, and in the second half of the show we have a Q&A with the audience and they get to ask whatever they like.

“For the best part of 30 years we were the people in the corner of everyone’s living rooms and that’s where the interactive part of it comes in and that’s what appeals to me – because no two shows are the same in that regard.”

Actress Jane McCarry, who plays nosy neighbour Isa in Still Game, will be joining Paul on stage as his special guest for the Kilmarnock show.

Also in store for the audience is a quiz especially made for the date with questions about the area and its history.

Paul’s show offers a look back on the history of his career – unveiling parts of it that most Still Game fans might not be aware of.

He added: “I’ve been playing Winston for over 25 years and people don’t know that really.

“We started off at the Edinburgh Festival. It was just the three of us – me, Ford, and Greg – and that predates everything including Chewin’ the Fat.

“We did the Edinburgh Festival to about 15 people and we had toothbrushes and would put white makeup in our hair to make us look older and then if you scroll forward 30 years were at the Hydro playing to 12,000 people a night so it’s been quite a trip.”

Meet and greet tickets have unfortunately sold out but general tickets are still on sale.

Tickets for the show are available on the Palace Theatre’s website with tickets costing £22.50 plus booking fees.