Wordsmith. Comedic poet with attitude. 65% Victoria Wood, 25% John Cooper Clarke & 10% Joyce Grenfell. A mature woman surviving life's battles, anxious to tell the world why it sometimes has to lose. She has written all her life, and if she could write it again she'd make sure it had more exotic locations and an inherited fortune. Reviewers (sober ones) have said: Sassy, wickedly witty, fast paced and thoroughly entertaining.' 'Very clever word play, as good as Miss Wood.' 'Mischievous fun...hilarious...defiant.' Fifi's "Eponymous" album is available from Amazon, iTunes and all good MP3 dealers, or you can get a CD copy via the website www.fififanshawe.co.uk Follow Fifi on twitter: @FifiFanshawe Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thefifipage
Something in Pink I'm stuck here in something in pink, Rubber, five-fingered and plunged in the sink. If I must wear rubber,then make it a basque; A little excitement is all that I ask. And something's just struck me as I stand and think: My own wrinkled skin-suit is pink.
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The Umpire’s Decision (05/07/2013)
Knitting A Poem (28/05/2013)
The Christmas Fox (23/12/2011)
The Nine Letters of Christmas (18/12/2011)
A favour, please... (15/12/2011)
Jolly Fun (with apologies to Charles Causley) (24/11/2011)
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