JANEY Godley has announced she will perform live on stage for the first time this year later this week.

The popular comedian, who is currently battling ovarian cancer, will take to the stage at the Websters Theatre on Thursday for a comedy special titled Still Got It! for BBC Radio 4. 

Fans of Janey will be able to be part of the audience for the 70-minute show at the West End theatre which will be filmed and recorded for broadcast. 

Tickets are free with event-goers having to pay an admin fee of just £1.50.

Announcing the performance online, the Websters Theatre said: "Come and be part of a very special performance from Janey Godley. 

"She’s one of Scotland’s finest comedians, who never shies away from honestly addressing the world around her – and what a world that’s been. 

"You can be part of the audience to see Janey, as she finds the funny in some of the most difficult and testing experiences of her life."

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We previously reported Janey Godley has her "fingers crossed" her ovarian cancer will be gone by May 17 after she tweeted that she "hopefully" had her "last chemo" on March 21.

She was diagnosed with the disease in November last year and underwent a hysterectomy in January to remove her tumour. 

Janey Godley will perform at the Websters Theatre from 8pm to 9.30pm on Thursday, May 12.

You can get tickets for the performance HERE.