"All over the Shop"
On a warm night n June in the year of our Lord 2001, Jimeoin stepped on stage at The Gaiety Theatre in Bublin. 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.
"The Cooking Show"
Jimeoin and Bob Franklin serve up a comedy feast in The Cooking Show. Filmed live from The Famous Spiegeltent, join Jimeoin and Bob in this hilarious one hour stage show as they prepare dishes which have seemingly no educational or culinary merit... but are really, really funny.
"Over The Top"
Jimeoin: Over The Top is an 8-part series which follows the star’s antics on the road and on stage while touring across the northern-most parts of Australia, his adoptive home. This funny warts-and-all series is part travelogue, part fishing trip and part stand-up show which sees Jimeoin travel all over Australia - from Broome via Darwin to Byron Bay and beyond! Included in this series is footage of his performances at the iconic Sydney Opera House, world famous Spiegeltent, and the highly popular Jimeoin’s Cooking Show filmed in Adelaide. After a hugely successful run in 2008 on BBC Northern Ireland with Jimeoin Down Under, this series featured on The Comedy Channel in May and June and replays in December 2010. Jimeoin not only delivers some brilliant stand-up, but also takes us on the most extraordinary fun road trip across Australia.
From the magical world of Jimeoin comes this smash hit show Jimeoin on Ice. See Jimeoin gracefully skate through brilliantly funny observations on the absurdities of everyday life… so don’t just stand there reading the back, get your skates on and head home to watch this Comic Masterpiece. "As sharp as they come... Stand up is rarely so appealing" London Evening Standard "...has his victims doubled up in agonising laughter" The Herald.