'Confessions of a Brummie Boy' is a memoir written by the late Norman Raybone. Norman was born in Birmingham in 1914. At the age of 82, urged on by his eldest son, Norman took computer lessons so he could write his memoir. It gives a unique insight into life in Birmingham and England during a remarkable century. Rarely do the working-class have a voice. Norman's is funny, candid and strangely moving.
He wanted Maverick Theatre to have the book in recognition of the charity's work attracting new audiences to the performing arts.
Pre-ordering the book now HERE will fund the development of the print copy, due to be released later this year. It will also be released as an e-book.
As an added thank you for your support, you will be invited to the Maverick Theatre launch event parties, in Birmingham and London in early 2014, with Norman Raybone's family.