Jimmy Cricket’s Christmas charity show is available to listen to now on this website, folks!
Your favourite funnyman recorded the half-show variety performance in front of a live audience last week.
Joining Jimmy on stage were wife May Marion and Jonathan Young (from The Bachelors), who are both professional singers.
You can enjoy the recording from the comfort of your own home and listen whenever you want by going to the homepage of this website.
Scroll down a little to where you see the image above and simply click on it to start the show.
The variety show, comprising comedy, songs and sketches, was recorded as part of one of the regular ‘jam’ nights in Jimmy’s adopted home of Rochdale.
Famous Northern Irish comedian Jimmy and May have for about 15 years hosted a regular night of entertainment and charity fund-raising at a local parish centre.
It provides an opportunity for Jimmy, May and other performers to try out new (and relive some old) routines.
They began it on a monthly basis and in the past few years have alternated hosting the jam nights with their good friend and fellow entertainer Eric Devereaux.
It takes place in the lounge area of St Vincent’s RC parish centre in Norden.
They often invite special guests who perform free of charge.
‘Merry Christmas everyone!’
There is a raffle and the selling of refreshments, with all proceeds donated to a chosen charity.
The popular comedian has nicknamed those who regularly support these evenings as ‘Jimmy’s Jammers’.
Francis House Children’s Hospice, for whom Jimmy has raised many thousands of pounds over the years, will benefit from proceeds of the Christmas special.
Jimmy said: “For anyone who does tune in, we’re asking them to make a small donation towards the charity.
“Big or small, they will all be warmly accepted.
“Merry Christmas everyone!”