Maureen Lipman goes from strength to strength - or as she sees it, from weak to week. Between the award-winning musical Oklahoma! and the only Welsh-Yiddish film to win the Genoa Film Festival, she found time to get trussed up in black plastic in Birmingham, seduced by a wet mammal in Barbados, distorted by a mammogram in a Wood Green car park and painted with yoghurt on a Thai health farm. En route, she has become namesake to a rose and a sewage device, brushed up against Empty Nest Syndrome and Repetitive Train Injury and has effortlessly turned 50 with her chin in the air and a surgical collar on her neck.
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The popular comedy actress and raconteuse Maureen Lipman returns with another slice of life as only she lives it. She reveals how she found herself trussed up backstage in Birmingham, ponders the more peculiar aspects of cricket terminology and explores the miracle of plastic tablecloths.About the Author:
MAUREEN LIPMAN has recently appeared on stage in PEGGY FOR YOU and OKLAHOMA! Her film work includes Educating Rita and besides being a PPA Columnist of the Year, her five previous books have all made the Bestseller Lists.
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