Parcel Arrived Safely- Tied With String, full of fun and laughter - is the autobiography of one of Britain's greatest anecdotalists and biggest stars.
Crawford began his professional career as a boy soprano in Benjamin Britten's Let's Make An Opera. He became the popular star of Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life and starred in The Knack. He juggled film and stage careers, appearances including Hello Dolly!, the long-running comedy No Sex Please - We're British and the 70s TV comedy Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em - which is still running around the world. He starred in, among many other things, the John Barry hit musical Billy, the 1981 hit Broadway musical Barnum and the widely acclaimed Phantom, More recently, he appeared in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Woman in White in London's West End. His solo recording career began in 1992 and his three albums have all been huge runaway successes earning him gold and platinum discs. He has been awarded many honours including the OBE.
"Compelling" * Daily Mail *
"Entertaining... Crawford whips up the merriment from the wings" * Mail on Sunday *
"Refreshingly candid" * Express on Sunday *