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Happy St Patrick’s Day everyone! And remember… 150 150 mhamer

Happy St Patrick’s Day everyone! And remember…

It was a joy to return to the wonderful #gladstonetheatre this evening, my thanks to #ChriskaDanceAcademy and Mrs C. and House Manager Valerie, sound and lighting by Ste, and all the volunteers who made us feel so welcome! #keepvarietyalive

Jimmy Cricket sent his annual happy St Patrick’s Day greeting to all his friends and followers across social media.

The popular Belfast-born Jimmy said: “Happy St Patrick’s Day everyone!

“And remember… if you want to live longer, find out where you’re going to die and stay away from there.”

Jimmy and his wife May began the celebrations early, performing at the Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight on The Wirral.

“It was a joy to return to the wonderful #gladstonetheatre this evening,” said Jimmy on Sunday.

“My thanks to #ChriskaDanceAcademy and Mrs C. and House Manager Valerie, sound and lighting by Ste.

“And thanks also to all the volunteers who made us feel so welcome! #keepvarietyalive.”

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!

Like Jimmy, singer May Marion, aka Mrs Cricket, hails from the Emerald Isle.

The Gladstone Theatre’s website had promoted the event with the following: “Come and join the comedy legend Jimmy Cricket in this St Patrick’s Day celebration as he celebrates all things Irish.

“Featuring the fabulous May Marion and Ellesmere Port-based CHRISKA Performing Arts School (pictured top right), this really is a celebration not to be missed.”
The Wirral’s hidden gem

William Hesketh Lever, founder of Lever Brothers, now known as Unilever, founded the Gladstone Theatre in 1888.

The building originally housed his soap factory workers.

It is known as The Wirral’s hidden gem.

Subsequently, it became 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.

Also read: Start St Patrick’s Day celebrations by watching legend Jimmy!

May to sing special song in Gladstone Theatre show 150 150 mhamer

May to sing special song in Gladstone Theatre show

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!

May Marion, aka Mrs Cricket, is to sing her father’s favourite song in a show celebrating St Patrick’s Day.

Like Jimmy, May is from the Emerald Isle and will include How Can You Buy Killarney? among her repertoire of songs at the Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight on Sunday (13 March).

Killarney, a town in County Kerry, south-west Ireland, is a popular tourist destination.

Jimmy will do his usual comedy routine as the headline act at the Gladstone.

He said: “My good lady will be singing her dad’s favourite song “How Can You Buy Killarney” when we take our St Patrick’s day show to the Gladstone theatre in Port Sunlight next Sunday the 13th of March at 7-30….Telephone 0151 643 8757.”

The Gladstone Theatre’s website says: “Come and join the comedy legend Jimmy Cricket in this St Patrick’s Day celebration as he celebrates all things Irish.

“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.

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with Jimmy Cricket

William Hesketh Lever, founder of Lever Brothers, now known as Unilever, founded the Gladstone Theatre in 1888.

The building originally housed his soap factory workers.

It is known as The Wirral’s hidden gem.

Subsequently, it was 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.

Also read: Start St Patrick’s Day celebrations by watching legend Jimmy!

Start St Patrick’s Day celebrations by watching legend Jimmy! 150 150 mhamer

Start St Patrick’s Day celebrations by watching legend Jimmy!

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!

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
🎟https://bit.ly/3FCxaOdW”

The Gladstone also posted a video of Jimmy here

Its website said: “Come and join the comedy legend Jimmy Cricket in this St Patrick’s Day Celebration as he celebrates all things Irish.

“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.

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with Jimmy Cricket

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.

Also read: Gladstone Theatre – thank-you Jimmy for your support!

Happy St Patrick’s Day folks! 150 150 mhamer

Happy St Patrick’s Day folks!

Belfast-born Jimmy Cricket has wished everybody a happy St Patrick's Day.

Belfast-born Jimmy Cricket has wished everybody a happy St Patrick’s Day!

The famous funnyman donned a green bow-tie and his trademark hat in a special celebratory poster (above).

It was posted on social media.

Millions of people around the world mark the day on 17 March every year.

It is a celebration of Irish history and culture.

And it is a national holiday in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

St Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, which is known as the Emerald Isle.

St Patrick’s Day: Everything you need to know (an article from the BBC website).

Watch: Happy St Patrick’s Day message from Jimmy (from 2020) – from this website

 

Watch: Happy St Patrick’s Day message from Jimmy 150 150 mhamer

Watch: Happy St Patrick’s Day message from Jimmy

Watch Jimmy wish everybody a Happy St Patrick's Day

Watch Jimmy Cricket wishing all his friends and fans a happy St Patrick’s Day.

The Belfast-born comedian appears on a video on his own website to send out the message.

He also tells some jokes and plays a tune on his recorder in the clip.

Jimmy, 74, said: “Hi folks, why not have a little look at the front page of my Website where I have recorded a Happy St Patrick’s Day message in a video message.

“Wishing everyone, ‘A Happy St Patrick’s Day Celebrations’ from Jimmy.”

St Patrick, who was a Christian missionary and bishop in the fifth century, is the primary patron saint of Ireland.

Watch Jimmy on the video here

Proud Irishman Jimmy is headlining at the popular Lyndene Hotel in Blackpool tonight (Tuesday 17 March).

Fifth season at the Lyndene
It is one of 23 visits the ever-green entertainer is making to the hotel in 2020.
Ryan Ireland, the Irish Rover, will also be performing on the day at the Lyndene.
Jimmy will do be doing shows twice a month at the Lyndene between now and the end of the year.
This is his FIFTH season at the distinctive-looking hotel.
Two or three acts usually perform twice per night, once each in different lounges.

The hotel, perched on the seafront, is one of Blackpool’s unique venues as it welcomes tourists and visitors all year round.

Jimmy Cricket will do a New Year's Eve show at the Lyndene Hotel in Blackpool

See next year’s dates below and visit the hotel’s website here.

Find out where Jimmy is performing and his other forthcoming shows by viewing all his tour dates on this website.

Also read: The 2020 season begins back at the Lyndene Hotel

Returning to what has become my second home working alongside many talented singers and old friends like @MALFORDUK , my thanks goes to Claire @TowerTopEnts and @LyndeneHotel the Manager Paul, and all the Team members for their hospitality and support over the last four years

St Patrick’s Day date at popular Blackpool hotel 150 150 mhamer

St Patrick’s Day date at popular Blackpool hotel

Jimmy Cricket is headlining at the Lyndene Hotel in Blackpool on St Patrick's DayProud Irishman Jimmy Cricket is headlining at the popular Lyndene Hotel in Blackpool on St Patrick’s Day.

The ever-green Northern Irish entertainer appears there on Tuesday 17 March – one of 23 visits he is making to the hotel in 2020.
Ryan Ireland, the Irish Rover, will also be performing on St Patrick’s Day at the Lyndene.
St Patrick, who was a Christian missionary and bishop in the fifth century, is the primary patron saint of Ireland.
Jimmy will do be doing shows twice a month at the Lyndene between now and the end of the year.
This is 74-year-old Jimmy’s FIFTH season at the distinctive-looking hotel.
Two or three acts usually perform twice per night, once each in different lounges.

The hotel, perched on the seafront, is one of Blackpool’s unique venues as it welcomes tourists and visitors all year round.

Its website says that it offers more than 141 fully equipped and tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms.

“The Lyndene Hotel offers superb compered entertainment EVERY NIGHT of the year,” it adds.

Jimmy Cricket will do a New Year's Eve show at the Lyndene Hotel in Blackpool

See next year’s dates below and visit the hotel’s website here.

Find out where Jimmy is performing and his other forthcoming shows by viewing all his tour dates on this website.

Also read: The 2020 season begins back at the Lyndene Hotel

Returning to what has become my second home working alongside many talented singers and old friends like @MALFORDUK , my thanks goes to Claire @TowerTopEnts and @LyndeneHotel the Manager Paul, and all the Team members for their hospitality and support over the last four years

A ‘lovely St Patrick’s Day celebration’ in Lancashire 150 150 mhamer

A ‘lovely St Patrick’s Day celebration’ in Lancashire

It was a lovely, “St Patrick’s Day”, celebration today @BRCTheatreGroup my thanks to Leigh and all the volunteers with Alex on sound and Nick on lights and Guy the stage manager alongside Dansworks Dance Academy and Mrs C. singing a few Irish songs!

Northern Irish comedian Jimmy Cricket celebrated St Patrick’s Day in style.

The popular entertainer performed one of his Great Value for a Tenner comedy shows at the Royal Court Theatre in Bacup, Lancashire, on Sunday.

Afterwards, he posted on social media: “It was a lovely, “St Patrick’s Day”, celebration today my thanks to Leigh and all the volunteers with Alex on sound and Nick on lights and Guy the stage manager alongside Dansworks Dance Academy and Mrs C. singing a few Irish songs! ☘️

The Royal Court Theatre was the venue nine years ago for the recording of his first DVD, Jimmy Cricket Live – Pull Your Seats Forward. It can only be bought via the Go Shopping page on this website or at one of Jimmy’s live shows.

St Patrick’s Day, also known as the Feast of St Patrick, is a religious and cultural celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of St Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.