About this book
Comedian Stephen K. Amos's hilarious memoir of growing up in a large Nigerian household in North London and learning early on to find the humour in ever situation. Raised by his parents and extended family of 'aunts' and 'uncles', this tells the story of Amos' chaotic upbringing in the carnival atmosphere of the late 70s and early 80s. This will be different to other comedy memoirs as Amos tells of his 'outsider' status of as being both black and gay.
Growing up in a large Nigerian family in South London, the author learnt early on to find the humour in every situation. He is now a world-renowned comedian and performer, regularly selling out venues like the Hammersmith Apollo. In this book, he tells the story of his chaotic upbringing in the carnival atmosphere of the late seventies.
|Constable & Robinson|