Jimmy Cricket has had a particularly busy nine days during October.
The famous entertainer did no fewer than six shows, which took him to various parts of the UK.
He began his hectic spell at a church in Whitefield, Greater Manchester, before moving south to Derby for his next show.
In addition, Jimmy, 74, performed at Hayling Island in Hampshire.
After that, he made two appearances at his favourite Blackpool hotel, with West Bradford Village Hall sandwiched in between.
11 October: Besses o’ th’ Barn United Reformed Church is based in Bury New Rod, Whitefield.
@jimmy__cricket: Fantastic evening at Besses 0’ The Barn United Reformed Church with organiser, Children’s Entertainer Chris, compère Jim Nicholas. With Jimmy Jermaine as Cliff Richard, and the John Stokes Bachelor’s, alongside Carnaby Street
13 October: Derby & Nottingham Music Hall Association @ Derby & Nottingham Music Hall Association.
15 October: Mill Rythe Holiday Village, Hayling Island, Hampshire
Jimmy tweeted: Wonderful atmosphere @MillRytheResort here in Hayling Island tonight, for @AwayResortsUK. My thanks goes to Ents Manager Tom, sound and lighting by Matt, and compère Vince, and Kate at Reception, for their help and hospitality!
16 October: Lyndene Hotel in Blackpool
Jimmy tweeted: Back from Hayling Island and here at Blackpool’s hugely successful establishment @LyndeneHotel. I am one of three acts a night alongside resident compère Wayne Lester!
18 October: West Bradford Village Hall
19 October: Lyndene Hotel in Blackpool
Jimmy’s next show at the Lyndene – where he has performed regularly for the past few years – is in Halloween week (30 October).
You can see the rest of his dates at the hotel for 2019 below.
The Lyndene, perched on the Blackpool seafront, is one of the resort’s unique locations as it welcomes tourists and visitors all year round.
Jimmy announced earlier this year that he is to spend a FIFTH season at the Lyndene Hotel.
Find out where Jimmy is performing and his other forthcoming shows by viewing all his tour dates on this website.Also read: Oh I do like to perform along the prom, prom, prom