The show at the Millgate Arts Centre in Saddleworth was described as “amazing”.
Jimmy Cricket headlined the line-up at the Delph venue on Saturday 23 April.
It had been billed as “an evening of laughter with the legendary funnyman”.
And it clearly lived up to the hype.
Audrey Barrass said: “What an amazing show.”
And Saddleworth Live at the Millgate posted on social media: “What a wonderful show tonight.
“Thank you so much for the laughs and the music.”
May (Marion), Jimmy’s wife, was of the several acts on the night.
“My thanks also to my fellow acts, compère Jim Nicholas and singer/actor Jonathan Young, and Mrs C.”
The show raised money for Francis House Children’s Hospital, based in south Manchester.
The hospice supports more than 500 families of children and young people with life-limiting conditions from across the whole of Greater Manchester.