Cherie - My Struggle

An intimate, gossipy memoir recounting Cherie’s amazing journey from an obscure Liverpool convent to the epicentre of power in Downing Street. She witnessed all the chief controversies of Tony Blair’s premiership and she delivers her private reflections on well-known figures such as Alistair Campbell, the Queen, Margaret Thatcher, Carole Caplin, Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Abbott, Gordon Brown and her dad, the soap star, Tony Booth.

The Creatives

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Lloyd Evans - Writer

Lloyd Evans is a dramatist, critic and parliamentary sketch-writer. He co-wrote the award-winning play, ‘Who’s the Daddy?’ (Best New Comedy, Whatsonstage, 2005). His acclaimed one-man show, ‘A History Of Feminism As Told By A Sexist Pig’, featured at Edinburgh fringe in 2015 and has since become a YouTube hit. ‘Cherie – My Struggle’ is a gossipy, intimate memoir recounting Cherie Blair’s experience of the New Labour years.



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