There's always more with Jimmy Cricket
With his trademark hat and wellies on the wrong feet, his catchphrases and the ever-present letter from his mammy, Jimmy Cricket is that rare thing - a one-man comedy institution who's great fun for all the family.
A laugh-a-minute performer with a style all of his own, Irishman Jimmy has been delighting audiences ever since reaching the finals of LWT’s talent contest, Search For A Star, in 1981.
Always a grafter, he worked as a Butlins Redcoat for several summers, and is a veteran of many pantomimes, not to mention radio shows and his own TV programme, which featured the debut performance of one Rory Bremner.
Last year, Jimmy took on a new frontier in his entertainment career, when he guest-starred in a feature film for the first time.
Jimmy is appearing on a one-off performnace at the Maltings Theatre in Berwick-upon-Tweed on Sunday July 17 at 2.30pm. Tickets cost £12 (£10 / £10.50 concs). So after grabbing Sunday lunch with the family, why not laugh away the calories with a comedian who has had people in stitches for years?
Call the box office on 01289 330999, or see www.maltingsberwick.co.uk
For your chance to win two tickets to the show, answer the following question: What is Jimmy Cricket’s famous catchphrase?
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