Jimeoin: All Over The Shop Trailer

Jimeoin: All Over The Shop Trailer (2003)

04 March 2003 80 mins

On a warm night in June in the year of our Lord 2001, Jimeoin stepped on stage at The Gaiety Theatre in Dublin. He shouldn't have been there. They were expecting the Bay City Rollers, but no one seemed to notice. It rocked! I felt like I haven't written enough on the back for people to read ... so what else. Oh, a quick gag. This guy goes to the doctor, and says I've got a strawberry stuck up my bum. And the doctor says, oh, I've got some cream for that ... There you go, come and see me live!

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Australia 04 March 2003

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