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‘Snowflake/Tornado’: Stewart Lee Interview - February 2022 We Are Cult - By James Collingwood - February 9th, 2022

A year on from when We Are Cult‘s James Collingwood last caught up with the writer and performer to discuss his new film, ‘King Rocker: A Film about Robert Lloyd and the Nightingales’, Stewart Lee returns to talk about his superb, COVID-delayed two-hour show called ‘Snowflake/Tornado’, which resumed in January and tours venues around the…

We Talk to Stewart Lee Ahead of his Swansea Grand Date - February 2022 South Wales Life - By Henry - February 9th, 2022

Like most comedians STEWART LEE is itching to get out on the road and perform material which has been two years in the writing – and rewriting we suspect. In fact, what we get when Stewart plays the Swansea Grand next month, are two shows for the price of one. The double-bill of two 60-minute sets, will…

Stewart Lee brings shark-tornados and snowflakes to Oxford Playhouse - January 2022 Oxford Mail - By Marc Evans - January 22nd, 2022

The comic creation Stewart Lee took a brief pause as the real-life Stewart Lee came forward to thank us for coming out to watch his rejigged Snowflake/Tornado show, after its enforced mothballing due to the pandemic. The man who has (by his own admission) been left bald, grey, fat, deaf, and with high blood pressure…

Intervew With The Big Issue - December 2021 The Big Issue North - December 13th, 2021

Stewart Lee is bound to go down in comedy history as one of the best stand-ups of all time. By turns satirical, political, teasing and surreal, his sets are a heady mix. His latest tour Snowflake/Tornado, put on Covid hold for two years, resumes and is in Salford 25-29 January, Wakefield 9 March and Buxton…

This tremendous edition features the “41st best stand-up ever” looking back at early ‘80s Peel shows, the powerful influence of Ted Chippington, “12 seconds of studio dialogue on a Jason Crest acetate”, the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, how Robin Askwith, Barbara Windsor and Julian Cope became entangled, what happens when your trousers fall…

A Rock Snobbery Special plus 50 years of the Old Grey Whistle Test …where we consider the brave new world in which Rick Astley plays the Smiths, a documentary explores the reasons people detest Kenny G and Rolling Stone rather self-consciously revise their list of the Best 500 Songs Of All Time (should they declare…

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