Les Dennis's memoir takes us back to his childhood days growing up in Liverpool, through his early days on the comedy circuit as a teenager, before he moved on to theatre and fame on television, most notably his sixteen years as host of Family Fortunes. But Les Dennis's story is very different from so many other celebrity memoirs. There was a tragic early loss of both his parents, the death of his comedy partner Dustin Gee, as well as family and marital breakdowns. He was caught up in the showbiz mantra that the show must go on, and is only now coming to relise what the cost of this really was. Taking in hilarious anecdotes from his career, as well as the pain of having his second marriage publicly dissected, Must The Show Go On? is a stunning and revealing autobiography.