Jimmy Cricket will again be performing for a charitable cause when he appears at a show in Scotland next month.
The famous entertainer, 72, will be taking part in the Kirkcaldy Variety Special, which also features internationally acclaimed Scottish singer Peter Morrison, and Scotland’s very own musical minstrel, Alastair McDonald.
The full supporting cast includes accordion champion Adin Graham, The Gail Neish Dance Studios and the East Fife Ladies Choir.
Leonard Cheshire Disability Scotland, a charity supporting disabled people in the UK and around the world, will benefit from the proceeds of the show at the Adam Smith Theatre on Friday 20 April.
Jimmy tweeted: “Hi everyone, will be up in Scotland in April for Michael Jamieson and his very worthy cause, why not come along for a night out and a giggle!”