THREE decades as a Glasgow copper gave Harry Morris enough material to forge a second career as a writer and entertainer.
Under the stage name of Harry the Polis, he now tours theatres and the after-dinner circuit giving performances based on his nine (so far) volumes of humourous anecdotes.
“It’s particularly Scottish humour,” said Harry. “The stories are about Scottish life, my observations and dialogues I’ve heard. Billy Connolly proves that kind of comedy travels well.”
Harry is performing at Cumbernauld Theatre this Saturday, March 3, with the show starting 7.45pm. Tickets are £8/£6 and can be booked on 01236 732887.
Harry’s publishers, Black & White Publishing, have given the News and Chronicle two copies of Harry’s latest book, It Wisnae Me... Honest! to give away.
To stand a chance of winning, answer the following questrion: In which city did Harry Morris work as a policeman?
Answers to Harry the Polis Competition, Cumbernauld News/Kilsyth Chronicle, 10-12 Tay Walk Cumbernauld G67 1BU by Tuesday, March 6. Usual rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.