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what it says on the press release at least. ‘I enjoy the freedom of the comedy world and still do. I don’t think there are clear divisions between comedy and theatre, just perceived differences.’ It seems that Adamsdale won't be put into a box, except perhaps for the ones he creates for himself on stage. (Julian Hall)

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