"Following three sell-out runs, Live Theatre & Soho Theatre bring Chris Mullin's witty and irreverent take on contemporary politics back to 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."
"Michael Chaplin started his career in print and television journalism, working for both ITV and the BBC, but has been a full-time writer since the mid-90s, working extensively in television and radio, creating numerous series, serials and single dramas. He has written more than 10 plays for Live Theatre in Newcastle, all directed by Max Roberts, most recently two pieces co-written in 2009 with his son Tom Chaplin about the on and off-field dramas of their beloved Newcastle United, You Couldn't Make It Up and You Really Couldn't Make It Up. 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"
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