Jimmy Cricket will help celebrate the 175th anniversary of All Saints Church in Clayton-le-Moors.
The Irish comedian will visit the church for an evening or music and laughter next month and will be supported on the night by local jazz performer Eric Ainsworth.
Jimmy, who has performed on television and the Royal Variety Show, will also be joined on stage by Wrong Direction, the seven-piece barbershop quartet from the Ribble Valley, and the Pendle Jazzmen.
Adele Helm said: “Clayton-le-Moors is home to one of the first churches to be built in the reign of Queen Victoria.
“This year All Saints Church commemorates a 175 year anniversary as a centre for worship and an important part in the heart of the community.
“There is no doubt that Jimmy Cricket will keep the tears of laughter streaming with his daftness, his Letter from Mammy, juggling impersonations and enormous repertoire of two liners.
“The evening will at least put a smile on your face and proceeds into the church maintenance fund.”
The event will take place on Saturday, June 6 at 7.30pm and tickets cost £10 including refreshments. To book, visit the church or call 01254 885154 or 381720.