Terry Alderton is an electrifying comic, with extraordinary energy, passion and invention; he’s also one of the bravest performers I know.
In spite of his hugely loved and respected work however, he still has feelings of being an outsider to the comedy circuit.
He talks here with remarkable candour about his doubts, the review that reduced him to tears and the book that changed his life.
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