A lager-sodden 'not deliberately bad' poet, Tim Key is responsible for some of the most startlingly theatrical fringe comedy of the last ten years. From his outrageous origin as a college-troupe cuckoo, to his frustrations at the culling of his sketch group Cowards; through fringe stardom to his big screen success alongside Alan Partridge, we trace Tim's emergence as one of the most compelling voices of contemporary British comedy.
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Published: 13th March 2015. Length: 67 minutes. Size: 31.4mb
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