Arnold Fanning: ‘I thought somebody was going to kill me’

By Colin Gannon Born there to Irish parents fifty years ago, London became a second home of sorts to Dubliner Arnold Thomas Fanning. In the past, the writer and playwright had an uncle among other family residing in the city. As an open-eyed youngster, he excitedly frequented metropolitan museums and galleries, sensing a connection to … Continue reading Arnold Fanning: ‘I thought somebody was going to kill me’