"* 'Contains gems of Dawsonian surrealism' The Spectator * 'How infinitely clever, pithy, imaginative and genuinely surreal were the works of Les Dawson...funny and touching selection' Mail on Sunday 'Probably one of the funniest books of the year, it's a brilliant tribute to a comedy legend' Sunday Sport"
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About the Author
Born in Collyhurst, Manchester in 1934, Les Dawson was one of Britain's finest and best-loved comedians. He toured the clubs and pubs for many years, before he was 'discovered' on Hughie Green's TV show, Opportunity Knocks in 1967, becoming a household name. Les was also a prolific writer with thirteen books to his credit. He married Tracy in 1989, and their daughter Charlotte was born three years later. Les died suddenly of a heart attack at their home in Lytham St Annes in 1993.