Video: Head back to The Good Old Days with Jimmy Cricket
A LEGENDARY comedian who still wears his wellies on the wrong feet and a funny hat is sure to give you the giggles.
A veteran with jokes, Jimmy Cricket will get the crowd going at Cleethorpes Parkway Cinema theatre.
He will visit the resort with his live show called The Good Old Days With Jimmy Cricket on Sunday, April 28.
It is a fabulous new show for all ages, taking you back to the great days of entertainment.
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It will star the legendary entertainer from the star of stage, TV and the Royal Variety Show. It is backed by a full supporting company of singers, hilarious comedy, speciality acts, a chairman, live band, and lots of songs you will know to sing along with.
Jimmy was born and bred in northern Ireland and was later given his own TV series in the mid-1980s called And There's More (which included the first TV appearance by the impressionist Rory Bremner).
He also had his own radio show on BBC Radio 2, which featured The Krankies Klub, alongside Bobby Davro, and appeared on the Royal Variety Show in 1984.
During 2007, he featured in a Comic Relief video of The Proclaimers' song I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles), which featured Matt Lucas and Peter Kay.
His first DVD was released in early 2010 and Jimmy's first musical, Let's Hear It For The Wee Man, premiered at the Thwaites Empire Theatre, in Blackburn, on St Patrick's Day, 2011.
It was based on the life of Leading Seaman Jim Magennis, the last man from Northern Ireland to be awarded the Victoria Cross.
As he would say "come closer... there's more!" The show is suitable for all ages and takes place at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Ticket prices are £13.50 or £12.50 for concessions. Group discounts are available by speaking to a member of the management team. Tickets can be booked by visiting the website at www.parkwaycinemas.co.uk by telephone on 01472 290100 or in person at the box office.