Cumbernauld Theatre has confirmed that it will play host to a sequel of a smash hit comedy that is set to tour Scotland.
The follow up to ‘Singing I’m No A Billy He’s a Tim has now been penned by writer Des Dillon and it will be staged at the venue on Wednesday, September 18.
The warring fans - the Billy and Tim of the title- are re-united in the medical room at Hampden Park during the Scottish Cup Final between Rangers and Celtic after a bet backfires.
Other characters in this 90 minutes with a difference include a no-nonsense nurse from Poland who quickly gets sick of both her patients - and a ghost with a typically Glasgwegian line in patter.
Tickets for ‘Singing I’m No a Billy He’s a Tim’ cost £13/£11 plus booking fee on 01236 732887.