Janey Godley has revealed she is set to go on tour with 'special screenings' of her new documentary.

Following its premiere as the closing gala for the Glasgow Film Festival 2024, the popular comedian will give audiences across Scotland and beyond the chance to see 'Janey' on the big screen followed by a live stand-up show.

Janey: On Screen & On Screen is a special one-off night of film and live comedy and will see the star visit the GFT in Glasgow on March 23 and the Lanternhouse in Cumbernauld on April 14, as well as many more venues.

In it, the Scots star takes centre stage in John Archer's engaging and insightful new documentary about the fearless and funny comic.

The comedian first found fame for her 'sweary anti-Trump' placards and became a social media sensation as she revoiced First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s Covid briefings.

“First I was cancelled, then I got cancer,” Janey says as she recalls being called out for racist historical tweets, apologising and then trying to rebuild her career before receiving her diagnosis.

She added: “After all I’ve been through these past two years, the film has been the energy boost I needed to pick me up.

“I hope everyone enjoys the highs and lows of the documentary, there’s laughter and, more than anything, friendship. It’s a love letter to my pals and I can’t wait to see it on the big screen."

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