The Chronicles of Hernia

The Chronicles of Hernia

The Chronicles of Hernia A collection of hilarious stories and eye popping anecdotes from the nation s best loved comedianBarry Cryer is one of the most respected and admired writers and performers of his time In a career spa

  • Title: The Chronicles of Hernia
  • Author: Barry Cryer
  • ISBN: 9780753522158
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of hilarious stories and eye popping anecdotes from the nation s best loved comedianBarry Cryer is one of the most respected and admired writers and performers of his time In a career spanning forty years, Barry has worked alongside the greatest producers and performers in show business Tommy Cooper, Humphrey Lyttelton, Morecambe and Wise, Willie Rushton, PeA collection of hilarious stories and eye popping anecdotes from the nation s best loved comedianBarry Cryer is one of the most respected and admired writers and performers of his time In a career spanning forty years, Barry has worked alongside the greatest producers and performers in show business Tommy Cooper, Humphrey Lyttelton, Morecambe and Wise, Willie Rushton, Peter Cook, Kenny Everett, Rory Bremner to name but a few this book is a veritable Who s Who of comedy.From humble beginnings at the Windmill Theatre and Expresso Bongo, to The Frost Report, Call My Bluff and I m Sorry I haven t a Clue, Barry recalls the good, the bad, and the downright ugly in his own inimitable style Barry Cryer anecdote jukebox whose whole life is basically one big chatshow Guardian

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    415 Comment

    A forgetable, and not very revealing, series of random anecdotes about stage, stand-up and writing work. Except it does seem to mostly be name dropping. Don't get me wrong. I enjoyed reading it it's just that I don't think I'm going to remember any of it.

    Amusing set of anecdotes from a surprisingly well connected and established comedian. Really interesting stories but some parts are rather confusing and he goes off on a tangent a lot. Woould definitely recommend though.

    The best thing about this book is the title. I don't know why it wasn't funnier, I hoped for lol more than once, but that's what I got, just the once. The man is a National Treasure, I will try some of his other autobiographies in my quest for the very funny Barry Cryer.

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