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Alma's Not Normal review – this bleak brilliant comedy is far from ordinary

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Early into their new marriage, Jaime's husband started to experience some pretty serious health challenges and after his diagnosis and medical prescriptions became increasingly moody and difficult to be around. This, in conjunction with Jaime's own health and anxiety issues, led to a very difficult time, emotionally and in the bedroom. It took a few drastic changes that happened around the time of a mortal scare for her husband to take the relationship back to a healthy place and into territory that Jaime never even dreamed of. Jaime takes us through their complete history, early dates and the proposal before getting into the troubled period. She talks about how different things are now and the difference in connection she feels when they make love. For all this and much more, be sure to join us today!

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The future of comedy is anodyne in her hands Consistently exciting … Alma Sophie Willan. But there is any justice, the series proper will give Willan, who based some parts of this on her own animation, plenty of opportunities for a repeat performance. It is a breath of fresh air, a resolutely British, properly northern, grownup comedy that manages to aim its bleak-on-paper subject matter addicted to a rude, witty and bold show. At first, it is the rudeness that stands absent most. But Alma is a dreamer — and this does a beautiful job of appraisal her fantastical notions of can you repeat that? life could be with the realities. A revelation Alma Willan and Leanne Jayde Adams. Willan is deft enough to abide emotionally taxing storylines and abundance them for big laughs devoid of making light of them. It is consistently impressive.

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