Proud Irishman Jimmy Cricket will kick off this year’s St Patrick’s Day week celebrations with a show on Merseyside.
The Northern Irish comedian appears on Sunday 13 March at the Gladstone Theatre, in Port Sunlight on The Wirral.
The theatre tweeted last weekend: “☘️ 2 weeks to go until Irish comedy legend @jimmy__cricket will be on our stage!
“Come and start your St Patrick’s Day Celebrations off right and book your tickets now!
“📅Sun 13th March
“Featuring the fabulous May Marion and Ellesmere Port based CHRISKA Performing Arts School, this really is a celebration not to be missed.”
Click on the image below for more details and to book your tickets.
You can also ring 0151 643 8757.
History of the Gladstone Theatre
The Gladstone Theatre was founded in 1888 by William Hesketh Lever, founder of Lever Brothers, now known as Unilever.
The building originally housed his soap factory workers.
It is known as The Wirral’s hidden gem.
It was subsequently used as an assembly and recreation hall for entertainment.
Additionally, it has staged political meetings, films, dance and lectures, something it still hosts to this day.
The Port Sunlight venue hosted Jimmy’s popular comedy play No more Fiffing and Faffing in October 2019.