Sean Hughes is a thoughtful, reflective performer, with a passion for self-expressive and profound comedy.
A pioneer of the themed, narrative standup show, after the 90s he quit the fishbowl of comedy celebrity to become a novelist, poet and actor.
We discuss his feelings on “outliving” his life experience; the amazing drug of comedy; and the challenges of attracting an audience other than the one you were aiming for…
Get ad-free new episodes, bonus content from interviews and much more by joining the Insiders Club at www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders
@comcompod | www.comedianscomedian.com
And don't forget to join the Comcom Facebook group, which you can do here.
Filed Under: Actor, Alexei Sayle, Ben Elton, Channel 4, Drinking, Edinburgh, Eric Morecambe, Fame, Festival, Fosters Comedy Award, Fringe, Interview, Irish, Live, Mental Health, Micky Flanagan, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Perrier Comedy Award, Poetry, Richard Pryor, Star Trek, Steve Frost, Tommy Cooper, Touring Comedian, TV Comedy