Jimmy Cricket took a break from his own shows to see the famous classic South Pacific in Manchester.
The popular Northern Irish comedian watched the production at the Opera House.
Wife May, daughter Katie and son Fr Frankie, joined Jimmy for what was clearly a great night out.
“If you get a chance, do go along folks! #liveperformance .”
The promo says: “This powerful love story, set on a South Pacific island during World War ll, is brought thrillingly to life in an epic new five-star production.
“With a sensational cast of over 30 and a full orchestra, this ravishing musical is set to be the must-see theatrical event of the year.”
The show features songs such as Some Enchanted Evening, I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair and Bali Ha’i.
It has been adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Tales of the South Pacific by James A. Michener.
The production runs until Saturday 23 July.
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