Jimmy Cricket went on the BBC to talk about the next showing of his comedy play.
He spoke to radio presenter Frankie Connor ahead of a performance of No more Fiffing and Faffing at the Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight on The Wirral on Sunday 6 October.
No more Fiffing and Faffing had a highly successful debut last September at the Blackburn Empire Theatre.
As a result, Jimmy has taken it on a tour around the north of England.
The venues so far include The Met in Bury and the Chorley Little Theatre in Lancashire.
He said: “My thanks to Frankie Connor, (the Champion of the 60s music on air), at BBC Radio Merseyside for a fun interview 29.19 mins into the show.
“We talked about the Comedy Play coming to @gladthea on the 6th Oct, and he played the theme song!”
The website says: “We see Joe and Jerry strut their stuff on stage, then follow them to the Dressing Room where they settle old scores!
“Luckily Stage Manager Archie Gibbons is on hand to sort things out, enabling the boys to perform all their best routines for their loyal fans at their Swan Song Show!
“It will be an emotional and fun packed night!
“You’ve heard of the great double acts in history, ‘Morecambe and Wise’, ‘Cannon and Ball’, ‘Holland and Barrett’.
“Now meet Fiffin and Faffen!”