Veteran entertainer Jimmy Cricket is appearing in a charity show in Greater Manchester on Friday (29 April).
The comedy night in Bury is being staged to raise much-needed funds to send sick children on a pilgrimage with the Catholic Church to the famous shrine of Lourdes in the South of France (last year’s group are pictured above).
Jimmy’s daughter, comedienne Katie Mulgrew, will host the show! The line-up has a further family twist as Jimmy’s son, former comedian Frankie Doodle – who left the stage for the pulpit and who is now Fr Frankie Mulgrew – will also be performing.
The list of entertainers is completed by special guest comedian Steve Royle from BBC Radio Lancashire’s Saturday morning show.
Friday at the Fusiliers will be held in the function suite of the Fusiliers Museum in Bury town centre.
Tickets for the event, priced £12 in advance and £13 on the door, are available from the museum in person, on (0161) 763 8950 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the event, please contact the event organiser Dom Hyndman at email@example.com