By Alexei Sayle
Alexei Sayle has been telling humans he runs a sandwich bar on Gray's resort street that does not exist because the mid-1970s.
From at the back of this imaginary counter Alexei dispenses knowledge and focaccia to his well-known buyers as he explores his love of pretending, finds why he disappeared from our television displays within the 1990's, lobbies for eleven-hour lengthy episodes of Newsnight and discusses rampant nepotism in coveted careers. And from drawing remarkable comparisons among capitalism and all-you-can-eat buffets to discussing the hidden depths of Taylor quick, this flight of fancy packs a stunning punch and may depart you hungry for more.
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