Saddleworth show is ‘evening of laughter with legendary funnyman’
Jimmy Cricket returns to a theatre in Saddleworth for another performance in aid of his favourite charity.
The ever-green Northern Irish comedian is back at the Millgate Arts Centre in Delph, Oldham, on Saturday 23 April.
It is billed as “an evening of laughter with the legendary funnyman”.
Jimmy’s wife May will be one of the acts on the night.
The show will raise money for Francis House Children’s Hospital, based in south Manchester.
Tickets are priced £12.50 and the entertainment is suitable for all ages.
Jimmy will arrive equipped with one-liners galore, a sprinkling of visual comedy and, yes, that ever-present letter from his mammy!
This is the perfect show for all the family and there will be giggles aplenty during an evening of fun and frivolity.
On offer is a comedy master-class delivered by Jimmy Cricket, the legendary entertainer everyone has come to know and love.
In 2015 Jimmy Cricket was awarded a papal knighthood (Order of St. Gregory the Great) by Pope Francis for his charity work.
And there’s more…
Jimmy will be joined on stage by special guests:
JONATHAN YOUNG of John Stokes’ THE BACHELORS
More than 25 years ago, singer, songwriter and guitarist Jonathan was invited to join original band member John Stokes and has been entertaining audiences worldwide with the many hits by The Bachelors (and more) ever since.
Professional singer and actual ‘Mrs Cricket’, May Marion will be entertaining us with a delightful selection of charming songs.
Saddleworth Gentleman of Style, Aaron is a two-time X Factor contestant and his unique soul swinging tones will have you calling for more.
Long-standing hospice supporter and entertainer Jim Nicholas has raised over £200,000 for Francis House, winning the Pride of Manchester Award for Fundraiser of the Year in 2020. He is delighted to be back on stage to bring you some sunshine and laughter raising funds for the hospice.
FRANCIS HOUSE CHILDREN’S HOSPICE
The hospice supports more than 500 families of children and young people with life-limiting conditions from across the whole of Greater Manchester including, Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Stockport, Trafford, Cheshire and Manchester.”