Sam Simmons is not a “surreal” comic, despite his propensity to turn into a horse whilst windsurfing.
He’s responsible for some of the funniest, most imaginative comedy in the world, and has an unshakeable faith in his material.
He talks here about the anger he feels when mainstream audiences refuse to come along for the ride, how he translates rage into comedy, and the advantages of making mistakes.
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