Teaming up with talented young entertainers
Jimmy Cricket’s meeting earlier this month with a group of talented young people was covered in the local press.
The 19 February edition of the Middleton Guardian reported on famous entertainer Jimmy’s visit to the Middleton Popstars Academy in North Manchester.
He met youngsters who were involved in not just performance and dance activities, but also in music and event production.
His visit went so well that he will return to the Popstars base on the evening of 11 July to appear at their Bojangles Theatre.
It should be a great night’s entertainment with Jimmy set to act as the show’s host for the Popstars, who will be presenting some of their best routines.
For tickets to the event, please ring the Popstars on 0161 653 7747.
The 90-seater Bojangles Theatre on Morton Street in Middleton town centre officially opened in February last year and cost £75,000 to build.
The name was chosen to honour former student Jack McLean, who wowed audiences with his rendition of Mr Bojangles before his death three years ago.