Interview: Rarely Asked Questions – Garrett Millerick

Garrett Millerick has just accidentally bought a house in the heart of Brexit country. His membership of the Urban Liberal Elite has been rescinded, subsumed into the ranks of the silent majority, he is totally consumed by home improvement, car magazines, property values, bin day and reality television. He is living an Essex based remake of Kafka’s Metamorphosis and has become what he once feared most, Jeremy Clarkson. Full on stuff with a hint of Stewart Lee but with the volume knob turned right up

Garrett Millerick: Devil's Advocate is at 2 Northdown, N1 from November 29 - December 3. Tickets and info here


1.     What is the last thing you do before you go onstage (apart from check your flies and/or check your knickers aren't sticking out of your skirt and check for spinach between your teeth)?

Clear my head of everything. Take a breath. Think of the first thing I’ll say. Start my watch. Walk on.

 

2.     What irritates you?

People doing shit things well.

 

3.     What is the most dangerous thing you have ever done?

About fifteen years ago I was in Tooting and I stroked the head of a drug dealer in a chicken shop at 4am. He was having an argument with another chap, it was all getting very heated, and I thought everyone needed to calm down. That wasn’t conventionally ‘sensible’.

 

4.     What is the most stupid thing you have ever done?

See above.

 

5.     What has surprised you the most during your career in comedy?

Cardiff.


Interview continues here.

 

 

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