• January 22, 2023

50 Golden Years tour returns with Suffolk show

50 Golden Years tour returns with Suffolk show

50 Golden Years tour returns with Suffolk show 150 150 mhamer

Jimmy Cricket has been in showbusiness for 50 years

Jimmy Cricket is relishing his first show of 2023 as he resumes his 50 Golden Years tour.

The performance at Haverhill Arts Centre in Suffolk on Friday (27 January) is the first of many in the coming months as the evergreen Northern Irish comic celebrates his amazing milestone.

It is his first gig since 10 December when he eased off for the Christmas and New Year break.

Jimmy posted on social media: “A big thank-you to everyone who’s already bought a ticket for my ’50th Anniversary’ show @HaverhillArts  High Street, Suffolk, CB9 8AR for next Friday 27th January.

“I’m thrilled beyond words and I look forward to seeing you all on the night.”

The famous funnyman will again be travelling the length and breadth of the country to entertain audiences with his unique brand of clean comedy.

His destinations during the next few months also include Bridlington, Clacton-on-Sea and Stockport.

Here are some of his forthcoming dates:

Haverhill Arts Centre in Suffolk (Friday 27 January) – go here for tickets.

Middlesbrough Theatre (Saturday 4 March) go here for tickets.

Bridlington Spa Theatre (Sunday 12 March) – go here for tickets.

West Cliff Theatre, Clacton-on-Sea (Sunday 19 March) – go here for tickets.

Lancaster Grand Theatre (Saturday 25 March) – go here for tickets. 

Plaza Theatre, Stockport (Sunday 26 March) – go here for tickets.

Royal Hippodrome Theatre, Eastbourne (Saturday 1 April) – go here for tickets.

Jimmy has been making people laugh as a professional comedian for 50 years – and usually raising money for worthy causes at the same time.

Instantly recognisable for wearing a funny hat and green wellies marked L and R on the wrong feet, he proudly keeps his comedy clean – increasingly rare these days –  which makes him a perfect family entertainer.

His best-known catchphrases include ‘And there’s more!’ and ‘Come closer!’

He is also famed for reading out Letters from his Mammy, which have provided the material for two published books.

Read more about Jimmy’s life and career here.

All his tour bookings and other events can be found here.

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  • Dave Thomas January 22, 2023 at 10:50 am

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