Thatcher Stole My Trousers


Elegantly written and painfully funny: the second volume of memoirs from the acclaimed stand-up comedian, novelist and actor Alexei Sayle, raised by communist parents in 1950s Liverpool set out to find his fortune in London. It was a city where punk was in its infancy, unemployment was high, the weekly branch meetings of the Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist) group took place in the Bellman bookshop, a young Margaret Thatcher had just been made Secretary of State for Education and stand-up comedy was unheard of. (Signed copy)

Publisher: Bloomsbury Circus

Date Published: 2016

Book Condition: Very good soft cover with minor surface and edge wear and corner bumping to covers.

ISBN: 9781408864562

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