My thanks for 2023 – and here’s what happening in 2024!
Hi folks, it’s me, Jimmy, come closer!
As we approach the end of 2023, I’d like to say a big ‘thank you’ to everyone who came out to see me at one of my live shows this year, and who bought my new autobiography which came out on the first of April.
I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you about some of the exciting things that will be happening in 2024…
There’s nowhere quite like Blackpool and next March I’ll be playing my ninth season at the lovely Lyndene Hotel on the promenade.
The four dates there next year are as follows:
- Wednesday 6 March
- Wednesday 5 June
- Wednesday 4 September
- Wednesday 4 December.
Also in March I’ll be going back to the Cabaret Lounge in Hull for my fifth appearance for owners Paul and Bev – on Sunday 17 March (St Patrick’s Day of course!).
And to round off a great month, I’ll be doing a three-day theatre tour of Northern Ireland with my fellow Irish comedians: Roy Walker, Adrian Walsh, Gene Fitzpatrick and George Jones.
The dates for that are:
- Thursday 21 March at the McNeill Theatre, Larne
- Friday 22 March at the Grand Opera House, Belfast
- 23 March at the Riverside Theatre, Coleraine.
In July I’ll be doing two shows for my favourite television channel – Talking Pictures – at the Savoy Theatre in Monmouth, Wales. For anyone who can’t get to the actual shows, they will be televised.
I’ll keep you in touch with these shows and any others on this website via the Tour Dates section.
In the meantime, my wife May and myself wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Buy Jimmy’s autobiography!
If you’re looking to buy someone a lovely Christmas present, then don’t forget that Jimmy’s official autobiography is on sale!
Memoirs Of An Irish Comedian tells the heart-warming story of his illustrious life and 50-year career.
The paperback costs £11.99 and is available at online retailer Amazon here.
Signed copies (priced £15.99 including postage and packing) can be purchased on this website here.
One pound from the sale of every book goes to Mary’s Meals.
The charity supports feeding projects in some of the world’s poorest communities.