If you're anything like me, seeing Celia Imrie's name flash onscreen inspires a sigh of relief. I think, "Class act. Everything's going to be OK." Her memoir, The Happy Hoofer
, is every bit as assured and entertaining. It's a lively romp populated by the entertainment world's great, good, and downright naughty (often Imrie). (Scotsman Magazine
From the moment where she finds herself on stage with scenery stuck to her cardigan, to the time she was kidnapped on her way to a location, she emerges with both her sense of humour and dignity in tact. (Good Housekeeping, Book of the Month
Her new autobiography is full of drama... and obviously, from someone so closely associated with comedy, it's extremely funny (Gay Times
One of the nation's favourite comedy actresses - with starring roles in Calendar Girls
, Acorn Antiques
- tells her extraordinary and highly entertaining life story.