Jimmy Cricket launched an international comedy festival in his native city at the weekend.
Now living in Rochdale, the Northern Irish comedian returned to Belfast to officially open Belly Laughs.
The week-long inaugural Belfast International Comedy Festival began on Sunday with Jimmy’s show at the Black Box venue in the Cathedral Quarter of the city.
In total, the festival, which closes on Sunday (7 October) comprises of 30 performances at 15 venues across Belfast.
As well as stand-up comedy, the festival also features poetry, magic, cabaret, workshops, seminars, club nights, book readings and events for children.
The Belfast-based Sunday Life newspaper previewed the festival and Jimmy’s return to his home city.
Jimmy said: “The show went very well and was a great start to this festival which is in its inaugural year and which it is hoped will become an annual future in Belfast’s cultural calendar.”