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Triple Chortle Award Nominee 2008 and named in Time Out's Top Ten Comedians, Terry Saunders returns with his latest show, a tale about a man who can see into the future, minor celebrities and the death of Eliot Smith. Terry Saunders is often told he's a storyteller by people that write about him. This is mainly due to the fact he tells stories for a living and isn't really that friendly with punchlines or one-liners (though he does have one, and it is an absolute corker). Terry is getting more arrogant as the years wear on, catch him before he peaks and then invariably disappoints. Comedy Festival
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