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Comic Values - January 2010 Jersey Evening Post - By Gill Kay - January 23rd, 2010

Comedy Hitting Top Gear ★★★★★ - January 2010 Mail On Sunday - By Mark Wareham - January 10th, 2010

If only Billy had put the work in, he might have been a contender ★★★★★ - January 2010 The Sunday Telegraph - January 10th, 2010

Ever since the time of the court jesters, it’s been the comedian’s social function to get paid for saying things that normal people can’t get away with. So it’s easy to understand the bewildered response of the professional iconoclast when some media vested interest or other decides – generally for reasons unconnected to the alleged…

Stewart Lee does venom with a vengeance - December 2009 The Evening Standard - By Bruce Dessau - December 14th, 2009

Stewart Lee might have been beaten by Michael McIntyre in the Best Stand-up category at Saturday’s British Comedy Awards but there are plenty of comedy buffs flocking to Lee’s current show who beg to differ. While McIntyre is the arena-packing people’s punster, Lee is the art-house comedian’s comedian, admired as much for his craft, poise…

Stewart Lee @ Leicester Square Theatre - December 2009 Londonist - By Rachel H - December 11th, 2009

Yes, this show – If You Prefer a Milder Comedian, Please Ask For One – is the one that got the Daily Mail in a tizz over the summer. But after watching the full performance, the most shocking thing is coming away with evidence of just how papers willfully twist reality to shape their own…

I Like My Comedy Strong, Thank You - December 2009 Spoonfed - By Emma McAlpine - December 10th, 2009

Caffe Nero, Richard Hammond and Magners ad campaigns are really getting Stewart Lee’s goat in his latest show If You Prefer A Milder Comedian Please Ask For One. Can it be that the same man who loves to discuss topics like political correctness, racism and religion, is going down the Michael McIntyre route of observational…

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