Arthur Smith's entertaining memoirs, My Name Is Daphne Fairfax, have just been published in paperback – and we have six signed copies to give away.
In the book, the veteran stand-up reflects on the nature of comedy and his days as a scruffy kid on the bombsites of Bermondsey, a wild-haired undergraduate, a roadsweeper, an English teacher, a failed rock star, a boozed-up sexual adventurer and an intensive care patient who has been told never to drink again.
To mark the publication, Chortle is publishing an exclusive chapter detailing Arthur's time in the early years of the 'alternative' stand-up circuit. Click here to read it.
Then answer the following question to stand a chance of winning one of our signed copies. The competition closes on May 24, when the winners will be chosen at random from all correct answers received. Bulk entrants will be disqualified.