Chris Mullin’s witty and irreverent take on contemporary politics adapted for the stage, reflecting three worlds during a time of crisis and change – the febrile political village of Westminster, the flash points of Africa which he toured as a minister, and the fragile community he served as an MP.
‘Fast paced and very funny... Blending gossip, insight and details of the frustrations of ministerial and backbench life alike... [an] exhilarating adaptation...I cannot recommend it too highly.’ 4* Michael Billington -Guardian
‘[an] absorbing evening...a bit of a must.’ 4* The Telegraph
‘Anyone with even a passing interest in how this country has been governed over the past 15 years is advised to walk on in. Mullin’s decency and ideological conviction — not to mention a wonderful sense of humour, directed at himself as well as his colleagues — guides our journey safely. It’s impossible not to feel politics is the poorer without Mullin.’ 4* Evening Standard
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About the Author
Chris Mullin is an author, journalist and former MP, a minister in three departments and chairman of the Home Affairs select committee. His books include three highly acclaimed volumes of diaries, A View from the Foothills, Decline and Fall and A Walk-On Part; also the novel A Very British Coup, which was made into an award-winning television series.