The early 1980s were a time of hope and of dread: the Cold War, inner-city riots and Sloane Rangers. Andy, Guardian journalist and author of When The Lights Went Out and Pinochet in Piccadilly, talks to author and former NME journalist Nick Coleman (The Train in the Night, Pillow Man) about the first precarious years of the Thatcher government and how it swept away decades of cosy post-war Britain to become the sharp-elbowed, commercially driven nation we are today.Buy tickets
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