No Cunning Plan

26th Dec 2022

Tony Robinson

I liked him in Black Adder and his later documentaries. This cover his life and includes a lot of theatre work includeing his time through the 60s and 70s and communial living. Some of his political and union recollections did not interest me. He left a lot of wives and girlfriends by the wayside, he loved his kids. Some nice recollections of his parents starting out and then dealing with dementia later on. The best parts were coming across his interactions with other people I knew, the black adder years and his archaeology stuff. Funny and an easy read. Good autobiography.