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Coronavirus Kent: Review of the last theatre show in Kent as venues shut due to the pandemic - March 2020 Kent Online - By Ed McConnell - March 17th, 2020

I phoned ahead to check the show was still on – it was only sensible given the Prime Minister’s ambiguous update earlier in the day. The woman who answered assured me it was, but in honesty didn’t seem entirely convinced herself. So, it was against this backdrop of impending doom that we travelled to Canterbury‘s…

Snowflake/Tornado at Symphony Hall Birmingham ★★★★ - March 2020 What's On Live - By Steve Adams - March 13th, 2020

Whether Stewart Lee is still the “41st best stand-up ever” (Channel 4), “the world’s greatest living stand-up” (The Times) or a declining commodity in the post-PC age is one of the many conundrums the mercurial comic wrestles with in his latest show. Or rather shows, as the performance is split between the first set’s ‘Tornado’…

Endless laughter in Birmingham as Stewart Lee brings new tour to Symphony Hall - March 2020 Shropshire Star - By Bill McCarthy - March 13th, 2020

But that’s what happened at Stewart Lee’s two hour show in Birmingham. A short song played with acoustic guitar at the end of the set, with a message about voting for Boris Johnson did it for me and I couldn’t get it out of my head for hours. It came at the end of a…

Stewart Lee:It’s Not For Everyone. - March 2020 Evans Is A Place On Earth - By Dave Evans - March 11th, 2020

I’d rather write about art, music, or film than comedy for the most part. That’s because when I’m writing about art nobody expects me to draw illustrations to go with it that look as if they could have come from the brush of Van Gogh or Picasso, when I write about music nobody expects me…

Royal and Derngate, Northampton, 6th March 2020 ★★ - March 2020 therealchrisparkle.com - By therealchrisparkle - March 9th, 2020

We saw Stewart Lee seven years ago with his Much a-Stew About Nothing tour, and I really admired (and found hysterical) his unique style of deconstructing a show and turning it in on itself. I also noted his no-holds-barred stance of calling out any audience member who dares to check their phone… more of which…

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