Comedy writer Paul Mayhew-Archer will be speaking at the Aylesbury branch meeting on Saturday 18 November (full details below) and up to 20 places will be available for members of our branch. Places will be available on a first-come, first served basis and if you would like to go, please contact Cathi Grainger to confirm there are still places available.
Paul, diagnosed with Parkinson’sin 2011, is probably best known for his writing for the Vicar of Dibley and Mrs Brown’s Boys. He has also produced and script-edited several radio and TV shows, including I’m Sorry I haven’t a Clue, Spitting Image and Miranda.
You might also remember that Paul was in front of the camera for once in a BBC documentary called Parkinson’s: The Funny Side. It was first aired in March 2016 and was shown again in April on BBC One during Parkinson’s Awareness Week. You can see the documentary again by clicking this catch-up button.
The meeting will be on Saturday 18 November 2018, starting at 10.30 am at:
Quarrendon and Meadowcroft Community Centre
There is a large car park in front of the hall with plenty of parking.
We ask members to pay £3 for attending the meeting to cover the cost of the hall hire and refreshments. The talk will last for about 45 mins to an hour followed by tea, coffee, biscuits/cakes.