A superb comedian story-teller, Sarah Kendall's work is suffused with genuine meaning. She talks vividly here about controlling her anxiety and the aftermath of a nervous breakdown. We also delve into some specifics, including the financial imperative of turning over new work annually, and how she had to re-discover her audience after time away from the fringe...
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Published: 13th November 2017. Length: 85 minutes. Size: 39.5mb
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