A new biography of Victoria Wood by her brother Chris Foote Wood "VICTORIA WOOD COMEDY GENIUS - Her Life and Work" published by The Memoir Club at £12 (softback) to order email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 0191 419 228
“Britain’s funniest woman” - hugely popular stand-up comedian who paved the way for other women comics; multi- Bafta award-winner; singer-songwriter, playwright, actor, producer, director and inspired scriptwriter who gave many of her best lines to her fellow actors. Stories of “Wood and Walters” “Victoria Wood As Seen On TV” “Acorn Antiques” “dinnerladies” “Pat and Margaret” “Housewife, 49” “Eric and Ernie” “That Day We Sang” “An Audience With…” “The Ballad of Barry and Freda (Let’s Do It!)” How an overweight, lonely and unhappy girl overcame early difficulties to build a hugely successful career, cut short by her early death at 62. How Victoria Wood became a true “National Treasure” with her own unique brand of humour.
Victoria’s story told in depth by her brother Chris A fascinating account: new material includes extracts from her father’s daily Journal, family stories and original cartoons by ‘Rog’