Pam Ayres at her entertaining best in a live stage show from Stratford-upon-Avon
'She's a born comic, in the best music hall tradition, treading that very fine line between humour and sadness. '
Pam Ayres' stage show has been a sell-out success throughout the world. With her natural warmth and wit she builds up a rapport with the audience that guarantees an evening of fun and laughter
Pam's reflections on daily life bring a chuckle of recognition from people of all ages. Whether she's reminiscing about the spartan conditions on a caravan holiday in the fifties, or describing her less-than-spectacular prowess in a nineties' gym, her wonderfully accurate wit is always a delight.
In this live recording of Pam Ayres on stage at the Swan Theatre, Stratford, she includes, along with a few of her classic poems, more recent gems such as Will I Have To 8e Sexy at Sixty?, The Wonderbra and With These Hands to provide a richly entertaining example of Pam Ayres at her best.
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