Rubber-legged comedy mantis Asher Treleaven has been nominated for the most prestigious awards in the UK and Australia. He talks here about his transition from art-house darling to club-fit road act, and the changes in his strategy towards festivals.
As well as exploring the development of his persona, he’s also admirably frank in describing his concerns about a dwindling audience, something he faces despite his critical acclaim…
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