Judith Woods

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If there has been one unifying theme in the encomia to the late Robin Williams, apart from his comic genius and his dramatic, it is that he was slightly unknowable.

Always the performer, his juggernaut riffs were unstoppable; Alexei Sayle told the Today programme on Radio 4 that once, when Wiliams wanted to perform an impromptu set at The Comedy Store and was only allotted 15 minutes, he first manically offered to buy the club, and when told this wouldn’t be possible, insisted on finishing the remainder 45 minutes of his set in the corridor to an audience of one (Sayle).…  Seguir leyendo »