The Darlings of Downing Street

Garry O’Connor, better known for his probing researches into the lives, loves and professional craft of figures large on stage and screen, is eminently well placed to deconstruct theatrical trends in modern political life. His insights into the duality and mimetic display of Tony and Cherie Blair encapsulate at a stroke the tasteless descent of public debate. More
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About Garry O'Connor

Garry O’Connor has worked as daily theatre critic for the *Financial Times*, and as a director for the RSC, before he became a fulltime writer. As well as his novels and plays, Garry has published many books on actors, literary figures, religious and political leaders, including Pope John Paul II and the Blairs. He has had plays performed at Edinburgh, Oxford, Ipswich, London and on Radio 4, and contributed dramatised documentaries to Radio 3, scripts and interviews for BBC 1, as well as having his work adapted for a three-part mini-series.

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