Stand-up; songwriter; Peep Show’s “Dobby”; and under it all still “The girl who jumped off Matlock Bridge for a quid”, Isy Suttie applies a psychedelic imagination to her forensic grasp of life’s minutiae. We explore the stubbornness that underpins her eccentricity, dissect the word “whimsical”, and accidentally vomit into a spiderweb.
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