Jimmy cricket belfast
Sep 19, 2015 Cookstown comic Jimmy Cricket (69) has been made a Knight of the Order of St Gregory The Great.Special guest is Jimmy Cricket, from the the fictional town of Ballygobackwards, the Irish comedian with the funny hat, who wears his wellies on the wrong feet and regularly gets a letter from his Mammy! Tickets for the show, which begins at 8pm, are priced from 15. Visit for more information and to book. jimmy cricket belfast
Belfasts Grand Opera House was place to be Jimmy Cricket returned to his home town of Belfast to take part in another successful show with some old friends and comedy colleagues.
Jimmys act is a live experience, riotously alive. The set is so slick and well honed, beneath the patina of distracting silliness, that you almost forget the incredible craftsmanship. He doesnt miss a note all night; every joke hits home. Jan 19, 2018 Jimmy Cricket is coming to Belfasts Grand Opera House for a oneoff comedy show alongside fellow local funnymen John Linehan (better known in his guise as May McFettridge), William Caulfieldjimmy cricket belfast Sep 19, 2015 Jimmy Cricket jokes which still crack us up. The comedian, whose real name is James Joseph Mulgrew, was presented with the honour by his local parish priest. So, in tribute to the great man, here's a look at some of our favourite Jimmy Cricket lines from down the years, mainly from his 'mammy writes' letters: Your brother Donal in