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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…

Poison-tipped gags from comic master - March 2020 Henley Standard - March 2nd, 2020

I WISH I could be as brazen as Stewart Lee — not his humour, which is richly funny, but the chutzpah which saw him stride into the Oxford audience less than two minutes into his set and wrench a phone from an audience member. “No phones, mate,” he said as he marched back to the…

‘World’s number one stand-up comedian’ lives up to some of the hype - February 2020 The Morning Star - By Ciaran Walsh - February 28th, 2020

STEWART LEE is a master of challenging, and at times hilarious, rambling satires. And he starts off his Snowflake/Tornado show as he means to go on with an oblique punning quip about Julian Assange — ironic, as Lee is a columnist for Assange’s nemesis, the Guardian/Observer. Unsurprising, though, because Lee is one of most talented…

‘Falling sharks, bashing Ricky Gervais and sticking up for snowflakes.’ - February 2020 Witney Gazette - By Marc Evans - February 27th, 2020

FIRST-TIME purveyors of the comedy stylings of Stewart Lee would probably have found themselves slightly baffled as ‘The Times’s No.1 stand-up comedian’ (according to Lee himself) started his week-long run of shows at the Playhouse on Monday. The critically-acclaimed performer and writer – and patron of the Beaumont Street theatre – was not here to…

Brighton Dome ★★★★★ - February 2020 The Reviews Hub - By Simon Topping - February 21st, 2020

The rumbling juggernaut of expressive grumpiness that is Stewart Lee rolls slowly, yet relentlessly, into town; stopping off, briefly, at The Brighton Dome to delight a packed out audience. Garnering laughs from the off, Lee describes how he has got bald, fat, blind and deaf since he last went on tour, before launching into the…

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