Janey Godley: Why is She Still Here?- Comedy @ Kelso Tait Hall
Against all odds and filled with heaps of chemo Janey Godley returns to the Borders in Autumn.
Controversy, cancellation, and cancer don’t always make the best comedy but in Janey’s hands this will be a dynamite of a gig.
The funny Scottish woman behind the voiceovers of Nicola Sturgeon during covid, is back on tour celebrating winning ‘The Billy Connolly, Spirit of Glasgow Comedy Award’.
Her feet are numb, and she has a lumpy hernia because of the cancer treatment, but she keeps going!
“I can’t believe I’m still alive” she says as many horrid trolls on twitter claim she’s faking cancer “if I was going to fake something it would have been the orgasms I keep having when I realise, they’re obsessed with me!”
Voiceovers, comedy, and outrageous stories are on the menu. Don’t miss it. Book now!
Ages 16+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over 18)
Doors open at 19.00 / show starts at 20.00 sharp.
“It’s one of those gigs, finally, that feels as much communion as comedy, as Godley’s audience seize the chance to see her and share in her stories.”
“The type of act you want to catch again and again, year after year”
When & where
Kelso Tait Hall