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YOU'RE NEVER TOO OLD , ARE YOU?

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Venue:The Free Sisters, 139 Cowgate Edinburgh EH1 1JS
Phone: 0131 622 6802
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Maggie's Chamber
AUG 23-27 at 17:45 (60 min)
 
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A Senior Citizen (69 going on 29 or 39 or 49 - that will do) getting into Stand Up with amusing stories including his experiences at

Britain's Got Talent auditions. Also his short journey so far searching the comedy scene, emphasising the fact that "You're never too old, Are you?

Bob Monkhouse once said, "I don't need to be reminded of my age, I have a bladder that does that" In his show, Jim and his alter ego includes his take on this facetious burden that he and many over 60's have to endure.

Relatively new to Stand Up but with 32˝ years of military service experience, where you have to be a real "People Person",has given Jim a confidence to express the many modes of the life of 'humour.

Jim is also affectionately known as Jimmy hence his opening the show as an "Older" Senior Citizen with his alter ego/aka (Jimmy Francis) He describes his experience at one of his Britain's Got Talent audition on how he 'dealt' with the Judges. Succeeded by a quick change to reveals the real Jim Everett who makes more of a traditional connection with the audience and offers up some humorous stories including his other Britain's Got Talent experience at a different audition.


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