Jimmy Cricket will make his latest trip back home to Northern Ireland at the start of November.
The Belfast-born entertainer will be appearing at a variety of events, which will see him also pop across the border into County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland.
In fact, the visit to the Balor Arts Centre (above) in Ballybofey will be the first date of this mini-tour in November. Jimmy, 70, was last in Ballybofey to appear at the old Balor Arts Centre nearly a decade ago.
Since then a modern replacement building has been constructed and this new auditorium will welcome him on Saturday 5 November. For more information go to the centre’s website here.
The next night Jimmy will be on more familiar territory as he returns to Belfast to appear at St Brigid’s Parish Hall in South Belfast on Sunday 6 November. The event is to raise money for Saint Brigids Gaelic Club and there is a family connection as Jimmy’s nephew, Peter Mulgrew, is helping to organise this fundraiser.
The final night of Jimmy’s three-date trip is on Monday 7 November when he will headline a show at Portstewart Town Hall (below). More info here.