Talented, dedicated and analytical, Melbourne-based Alasdair Tremblay-Birchall is part of a new generation of comics. We discuss the acquisition of stage-time in a town with relatively few gigging opportunities, and geek out over the 'mathematics' of joke-writing. Alasdair also reveals the ten thousand dollar motivational gamble that got his head in the game.
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Published: 14th May 2013. Length: 70 minutes.
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