Burnistoun star Robert Florence is heading to Dundee for a new one-man show.
The Glasgow funnyman will take to the stage of the Gardyne Theatre as Biscuity Boyle.
He is one of the most popular characters from the BBC Scotland sketch show.
Titled My B***** Life, the show reveloves around the life story of the man nicknamed Burnistoun’s favourite son.
The show will be performed on September 28.
It comes a year after he and co-star Iain Connell brought their first live stage show to the City of Discovery.
Uncles – also performed at the Gardyne last March – saw the pair take a break from the often bizarre goings-on of Burnistoun to a more laid-back setting.
The play debuted to much acclaim at the 2016 Glasgow International Comedy Festival.
It also enjoyed a limited run of shows in London.
It was following that success that Florence decided to take a punt on a solo show for Biscuity Boyle.
It had a limited, sold-out run in Glasgow earlier this year.
The character will now be embarking on a “World Tour of Scotland” with shows lined up towards the tail end of this year.
Athlete, raconteur, disco dancer – Biscuity Boyle has done it all, and he is ready to share stories from his life if he lives long enough to tell them.
Love, sex, death – nothing is off the page for the elder statesman of Scottish comedy.
Dundee is the first stop on the tour with shows to follow in Livingston, Greenock, Aberdeen, Paisley, Edinburgh, Hamilton and Glasgow.
More information on the Dundee performance will be issued in due course at gardynetheatre.org.uk.