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Netflix & Thrill - September 2017 - By Daniel Power - September 12th, 2017

Fans of stand-up comedy can be forgiven for falling out of love with the art form, as the material and techniques we see often today have been done a thousand times before. While many popular comedians are funny, no joke is as funny the second time you’ve heard it. For those suffering from stand-up fatigue,…

Jazz Chicken - September 2015 Dayglo Badger - By Dayglo Badger - September 12th, 2015

This week’s post is brought to you by Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. Series 3 is on Netflix and I’ve been watching it again. If you can, and like that sort of thing or want to try it, I’d recommend episode 4 – “context”. “The conflict of interest I would have would be if Nando’s were…

Netflix UK TV review: Season 3 - August 2015 Vodzilla - By Ivan Radford - August 6th, 2015

Stewart Lee is the death of stand-up comedy. His smug tirades and educated, middle-class opinions ruin it for everyone. For those who don’t like his intellectual concerns and patronising tone, he’s impossible to tolerate. For those who do, he makes it impossible to tolerate any other comedian. That’s the brilliance of Stewart Lee’s stand-up: either…

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