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Pam Ayres has been a writer, broadcaster, and entertainer for over 40 years, and is one of the few authors who has had books in the Sunday Times bestseller charts in almost every decade since the 1970s.
Read some of Pam’s popular poems including They Should Have Asked My Husband, Down The Line, Yes I’ll Marry You My Dear and Woodland Burial.
New Theatre dates added for 2020. Come and see Pam on her 2019 and 2020 tours. She will be introducing new poems as well as airing some old favourites, along with stories, jokes and anecdotes.
Join Pam on National Poetry Day 2019 at the Prince of Wales’ Highgrove Gardens where she will be talking about her long career and, with the same magic that has enchanted her fans for more than four decades, will perform a selection of poems from her new book ‘Up in the Attic’.
Pam will also talk about her passion for wildlife gardening and will be donating her fee to two charities, The Cheltenham Animal Shelter and Nowzad, which helps to rescue dogs and other domestic animals in Afghanistan other war zones.
Pam will be giving two talks – to include either Lunch or Tea – and all guests will receive a signed copy of Pam’s new book ‘Up in the Attic’ which will be published in September 2019.
AN AUDIENCE WITH PAM AYRES
Thursday 3rd October 2019
At this special event to celebrate National Poetry Day, you’ll enjoy an Audience with Pam Ayres savouring either a delicious two-course lunch, or a champagne tea, and a guided tour of the Royal Gardens at Highgrove.
All guests will receive a signed copy of Pam’s new book ‘Up in the Attic’ which will be published in September 2019.
Pam’s new book, ‘Up in the Attic’, is her first new collection since 2013. From the horror of playing host in ‘The Dinner Party’, and complaints about tableware in ‘Don’t Put My Dinner on the Slate!’, to the poignant ‘Up in the Attic’, and the sadness of wartime ‘Down the Line’, this new collection will tickle and move guests in equal measure.
For further information, and to book tickets, go to the Highgrove Gardens website at www.highgrovegardens.com/collections/events.
Pam’s Tour Dates
New Theatre dates added for 2020. Come and see Pam on her 2019 and 2020 tours. She will be introducing new poems as well as airing some old favourites, along with stories, jokes and anecdotes.View Dates