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After a 40 plus years’ career, and 10 years on since Pam Ayres’s last live recordings were released, Pam’s latest audiobook brings together two recent live recordings of her solo stage shows, one at London’s Cadogan Hall and the other at the Regent Centre, Christchurch. Pam introduces each recording and then, as a bonus, reads many of her poems which have not been previously recorded from her two most recent books, You Made Me Late Again and Up in the Attic.
With poems such as 'My Mother Was Right About You', 'Geriatric Juliet', 'Poor Old Father Christmas', and 'The Hat From Hell', blending Pam’s characteristically sharp wit with her warm, comic observations on everyday life, this hilariously funny collection is a must-have for seasoned fans and first time listeners alike. It also includes some of Pam’s more reflective poems including the title poem, 'Down the Line', which she wrote for the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War.
A Note From the Publisher
"Pam Ayres is absolutely essential to British humour." (Mail on Sunday)
"I keep smiling, remembering moments performed by the incredible Pam Ayres at the Curve Theatre Leicester last night. Laughed and cried in equal measure. What a woman." (BBC Radio, September 2018)