About this book
Mancunian comedian Manford's hilarious and warm memoir of growing up funny in a big working class family. His career began one night in a pub in Chorlton when a comedian didn't arrive for a set, and Manford, then a 17 year old glass collector, decided to have a go. This is the story of everything that led up to that fateful moment, from his extended clan of wayward uncles and singing nans, to his various trials as a failed young romantic. His DVD "Live At The Manchester Apollo" sold over 240,000 copies.
Jason Manford is firmly established as one of the country's favourite stand-ups. This title tells the story of his shameless extended clan of wayward uncles and singing nans and a gobby little knobhead at the heart of it all called Jason.