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‘Flags’ - July 2016 July 8th, 2016

IN EARLY 2015 I had a long routine about a cat named after UKIP politicians, but I had to drop it over the Summer of 2015, and re-write it to be about Jeremy Corbyn. So utterly had UKIP dropped from public consciousness that no-one was even interested enough in them to laugh at them. Of…

Loose Ends Interview - February 2016 BBC Radio 4 - By Loose Ends - February 27th, 2016

Will Self meets Stewart Lee: ‘Are you really, ultimately embittered, or not?’ - February 2016 The Guardian - By Will Self - February 26th, 2016

I first saw Stewart Lee’s standup act in the early 2000s at the Hackney Empire, and have seen him several times since at venues in London and Edinburgh. Readers unfamiliar with the live Lee phenomenon may know of him through the hugely successful – and equally controversial – Jerry Springer – The Opera, which he…

‘Intelligent and absurd’ Stewart Lee, Warwick Arts Centre - February 2016 Coventry Telegraph - By Steve Adams - February 10th, 2016

Stewart Lee has been touring the appallingly-titled ‘Room With A Stew’ show so long his agents obviously thought it safe to slip in a second date at Warwick Arts Centre a year after the first, perhaps relying on the punters’ memories being as useless as their ability to grasp his convoluted brand of stand-up –…

Stewart Lee, Pavilion, Bournemouth - February 2016 Bournemouth Echo - By Sarah Cartlidge - February 5th, 2016

“I’d forgotten this was a radical town,” says Stewart Lee during one of this evening’s many semi-improvised asides. Touching on everything from losing out on a Bafta to Graham Norton, to hating yoghurt-drinking under-40s and orienteering with Napalm Death, Lee’s self-styled passive-aggressive approach may be very familiar, but it certainly hasn’t worn thin. His esoteric…

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