… 01243 641665 info@livingelements.co.uk. Yes I’ll marry you, my dear, You may not apprehend it, But when the tumble-drier goes I love to meet my mates. Her 1975 appearance on the television talent show Opportunity Knocks led to a variety of appearances on TV and radio shows, a one-woman touring stage show and performing before the Queen. But lately with the virus here. We need to stay inside. Here are some of Pam’s popular poems. But lately with the virus here we can’t go out the gates. Topical, fun and inciteful. The 71-year-old poet, comedian, songwriter and presenter first found fame with an appearance on Opportunity Knocks in 1975. Funny Poems Funny Quotes. Eunice Salmond "A life in the day of Pam Ayres"; This page was last edited on 6 December 2020, at 01:00. Curry, chickpeas, pizza rather than steak & kidney. [11] Yes, I’ll Marry You by Pam Ayres is one of our favourite wedding poems… “Yes, I’ll marry you, my dear. Writer and poet Pam Ayres is one of the country’s most popular entertainers. Pam Ayres Wiki: Salary, Married, Wedding, Spouse, Family Pam Ayres MBE (born 14 March 1947) is an English poet, comedian, songwriter and presenter of radio and television programmes. I'm not going to keep exercising, I'm not going to take HRT, If a toy boy enquires I'll say, "Hah! Yes, I’ll marry you by Pam Ayres. She married theatre producer Dudley Russell, with whom she subsequently raised two sons. And here’s the reason why: So I can push you out of bed When the baby starts to cry. She also has a position among the list of Most popular Poet. This little reading is an unconventional take on love! She is a patron of the British Hen Welfare Trust, Cheltenham Animal Shelter and Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre. Pam Ayres was born in Stanford in the Vale, Berkshire, now administered as part of Oxfordshire. Prefer Coleridge to Pam Ayres. Pam Ayres is celebrated in the UK (and far beyond) as a favourite radio, TV and stage entertainer; it is impossible to read her comic poems without hearing her voice in your head. We don’t have information about Pamela Ayres parent's names. Yes, I’ll Marry You by Pam Ayres. The eight-bedroom Georgian … In 2013 she published her latest book of poems, entitled You Made me Late Again! Pam Ayres poems, quotations and biography on Pam Ayres poet page. Oh and you may need to clear the reading with the … [5] In the UK Arts Council's report on poetry, Ayres was identified as the fifth best-selling poet in Britain in 1998 and 1999. Pam Ayres' Poem. In fact I have read it twice I liked it so much. Well I'm just going to slump, With my dowager's hump And watch myself turn into lard. Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire, England, UK, Poet, songwriter, presenter of radio and television programmes. They'll never know the things we did. In 2009, she made her first appearance on the BBC TV programme, QI. I'm normally a social girl I love to meet my mates ... Then we settled down, got married And turned into someone's mum, Somebody's wife, then nana, Who on earth did … I love to meet my mates. It traces her life and career from growing as the youngest of six children in a council house in the Vale of White Horse, Berkshire, her time in the Women's Royal Air Force and the string of events that led to Opportunity Knocks. You see, we are the ‘oldies’ now We need to stay inside If they haven’t seen us for a while They’ll think we’ve upped and died. She is married to Dudley Russell.They have two children. We can't go out the gates. "Time for us girls" a poem by Pam Ayres. Read all poems of Pam Ayres and infos about Pam Ayres. I never really saw myself as a person producing literature, but nevertheless it is a very, very nice thing to be given. In 2011 she said in a Daily Telegraph magazine interview that she was "about to go on my 14th tour of Australia". Yes, I’ll marry you, my dear, And here’s the reason why; So I can push you out of bed When the baby starts to cry, And if we hear a knocking And it’s creepy and it’s late, I hand you the torch you see, And you investigate. Pam and her theatre producer husband, Dudley Russell, live in Grade II-listed Norcote House, near Cirencester, Gloucestershire. They'll never … You see, we are the 'oldies' now We need to stay inside If they haven't seen us for a while They'll think we've upped and died. Yes, I’ll marry you, my dear, And here’s the reason why; So I can push you out of bed When the baby starts to cry, And if we hear a knocking Twenty four of her best-loved funny verses are featured in The Pam Ayres greeting card collection. Pam Ayres Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018 Pam Ayres MBE (born 14 March 1947) is an English poet, comedian, songwriter and presenter of radio and television programmes. Stay in touch; Poems. [2] Whilst serving in the air force, she gained O-level passes in English language and English literature and began her career as an entertainer. I also loved the poem about coronavirus and also read it in my head how Pam would say it! There are quite a lot of light hearted ones that could be suitable - see poems by Pam Ayres ("He never leaves the seat up") or Wendy Cope ("Valentine") for example. She is married to Dudley Russell. Bob Dylan inspired Ayres to write poetry,[3] and in a 2006 interview she added that, at the age of twelve, she enjoyed writing parodies of the Lonnie Donegan songs popular at that time. She was awarded the MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2004 Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to Literature and Entertainment. Who on earth did we become? As we all know Pam Ayres is an amazingly funny writer. This led to a wide variety of guest appearances on TV and radio shows. Ayres was the guest on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs in 1979[12] and again in 2018.[13]. Ayres is a keen gardener and beekeeper. They live in the Cotswolds and keep rare breeds of cattle, as well as sheep, pigs, chickens, and guinea fowl. Pam Ayres’ Poem Time for us girls. They’ll never know the … You see, we are the ‘oldies’ now. 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. She is an actress and writer, known for The Main Attraction (1983), Playbus (1988) and Rex the Runt (1991).