Pam Ayres has been entertaining audiences with her unique stories and poems for 30 years since her first appearance on Opportunity Knocks in 1975. After her debut she appeared on virtually every major TV show in the UK and she has hosted her own TV series. She is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4 on Just a Minute, Say the Word, and That Reminds Me and had her own series Ayres On The Air, which has a second series scheduled.
Her worldwide appeal extends to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Kenya and Hong Kong as well as closer to home in France and Ireland, where she has taken her one-woman show.
Programme Running Order: (Capital letters denote poem titles) Growing up in Stanford-in-the-Vale, I WISH I’D LOOKED AFTER MY TEETH, Rugby playing son, HOW CAN THAT BE MY BABY?, Big eaters, YES I’LL MARRY YOU MY DEAR, adopting a dog, Packing for Africa, THE PACKING POEM, A brush with the hairdresser, THE DOLLY ON THE DUSTCART, Reading the Map, I’M GOING TO KILL MY HUSBAND, THEY SHOULD HAVE ASKED MY HUSBAND Recorded live at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Unseen footage Pam Ayres’ biography.
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