He later had a solo career, mainly in the north of England. In addition to his drag show, he produced revues, seaside shows and pantomimes. He was still performing in the 1960s.
He also ran a costume supply business. He retired to Cleethorpes.
*Not the corporate raider, the trade unionist or the hockey player.
- Roger Baker, Peter Burton & Richard Smith. Drag: a History of Female Impersonation in the Performing Arts. Cassell, 1994: 188-9, 194.
- Trevira. “Jimmy Slater - a perfect lady”. Flickr. www.flickr.com/photos/trevira/sets/167864.
- J.D. Doyle. “Jimmy Slater. Queer Musical Heritage. www.queermusicheritage.com/f-slater-jimmy.html.