Bridlington Spa: Back from lockdown to laughing!
Jimmy Cricket is back at the Bridlington Spa later this month.
The popular Northern Irish comedian appears at the East Yorkshire venue on Sunday 27 September (6pm).
Jimmy posted about his return to the theatre on social media.
He said: “Looking forward to my return visit to the wonderful #SpaTheatreBridlington as they reopen their doors with social distancing in place”
Game on….Cricket is back!
It is Jimmy Cricket – the Comedian, with his inimitable style of humour, headlining in what is always a family friendly show, at Bridlington Spa on Sunday the 27th of September 2020.
Jimmy Cricket is one of the UK’s most loved Irish Comedians, having made a host of televisions and radio appearances throughout the last four decades.
Jimmy says, “This virus has cost the lives of so many people and brought untold heartache and misery to their families.
“It’s going to take a while for us all to get over this.
Economically theatres have been hit especially hard so it’s so good to see the Spa Theatre opening its doors to help keep people’s spirits up during these difficult times.”
Speaking of which, when the total lockdown came into effect in March Jimmy posted a joke a day on social media, (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin), to cheer everybody up.
“Before I knew it I’d done 100 jokes,” said Jimmy.
“So I thought that would be a good goal to finish on.
“You can’t beat the feedback you get from a live audience and the Spa is one of my favourite theatres.
“The show will follow Government guidelines.
“People will keep two Wellie Boot strides away from each other and even the letter from my Mammy will be disinfected.
“Even though there will be restrictions on numbers with seating spaced out, families will be able to sit together. I’m so looking forward to it.”
Indoor theatres, ice rinks and soft play centres were allowed to reopen in mid-August as lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
The government placed the United Kingdom into lockdown in late March.
Some areas still have tougher measures in place than others.