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Jimmy Cricket is headlining a return to the good old days of variety in Doncaster later this month.
The popular Northern Irish comic is appearing at The Cast theatre in the south Yorkshire town on Tuesday 19 October.
It begins in the theatre’s Main Space at 1.30pm.
The Doncaster theatre’s website promises “comedy to leave you rolling in the aisles”.
It adds: “We’re back with our first very special show since lockdown starring bill topper and legendary comedy star Jimmy Cricket from TV & the Royal Variety shows.
“With fabulous special guests including the international speciality Act Van Buren & Allyson, sensational singer Victoria Jones with her special tribute to Cilla Black, your very own compere/ producer Mark Andrew & fabulous live musicians.
“Join us as we take a nostalgic trip down memory lane and celebrate those glory days of variety.
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Jimmy Cricket helped to bring back the good old days of variety recently.
The popular Northern Irish comedian guest starred at Dudley Town Hall in the West Midlands on Tuesday (12 March) and at Mansfield Palace Theatre in Nottingham the following day.
Mark Andrews Music Hall was the production company behind the two The Good Old Days of Variety shows.
Jimmy told his thousands of social media fans after the first performance (photo above): “A wonderful full house afternoon @DudleyBorough Halls with Mark Andrews Productions. Paul was on keyboards and Graham was on drums alongside the fabulous harmonica instrumentalist Johnny Stafford and with the great voice of Linda Watts! ”
And he posted after the second show (photo below): “Another fantastic afternoon at the Palace Theatre Mansfield for Mark Andrews Productions starring Mark, with Paul on keyboards and Graham on drums with the Houghton Weavers, (Tony, Jimmy, Dave, Steve), alongside @AndyEastwoodUK”