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Little Me

My life from A-Z

By Matt Lucas | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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'Matt is not only hilarious and kind, he's probably the most generous person I know. All of which is wonderfully evident in this book.' - Rebel Wilson'To be truly unique in this world is almost impossible to achieve; this book is about someone who achieved it. Raw, honest, funny and moving.' - ... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
03 Oct 2017
Author(s)
Matt Lucas
Publisher
Canongate Books Ltd
ISBN-13
9781786891068
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm x 24mm
Pages
336
Format
Paperback
Release Date
03 Oct 2017
Author(s)
Matt Lucas
Publisher
Canongate Books Ltd
ISBN-13
9781786891068
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm x 24mm
Pages
336

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16 Nov 2017

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Little Me

Either you’re a committed fan of the TV Show Little Britain or not and instore, Sarah is a fan... she recently told me her take on Matt Lucas’ new biography: “Little Britain is a polarising show of British humour and Matt is one of the duo leading stars. His first biography is tame and I think there are more revealing stories from the TV set to come later. Written in short story format with each letter of the alphabet to go with each title – for example B is for ‘Baldy’ and Matt tells of his childhood infliction of alopecia and lost his hair. He was issued a wig but found it hot, irritating and ended up being a joke amongst friends using the wig as parts of games and pranks. Other chapters include: Haberdashers Aske Boys School, Jewish, Southend, Sydney and Sunset Boulevard and Xenophobia. Written in an easy style, it’s perfect for fans of Little Britain or if you’re looking for a good biography to read these holidays.”

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