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Stewart Lee’s Snowflake/Tornado was unexpectedly comforting - February 2022 SallyDonovan.co.uk - By Sally Donovan - February 8th, 2022

I wasn’t sure how well I was going to cope with Snowflake/Tornado, Stewart Lee’s current stand-up show. It’s not that I don’t love his work (I really do), but I just didn’t know how much capacity I had left to be toyed with. When you buy a ticket to a Stewart Lee show, you know…

Review: Stewart Lee — Snowflake/Tornado - January 2022 Medium - By Darren Stephens - January 31st, 2022

Pre-show Well, finally, here were are. Almost two years after this gig should have originally happened, in a mostly filled Theatre Royal, we sit down the watch the show we should have seen on 27 March 2020. It was in fact one of the first to fall victim to the inital lockdown announcement of 23…

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…

BUM FURY - January 2022 The Sun - By Richard Moriarty - January 19th, 2022

COMEDIAN Stewart Lee angrily smashed an audience member’s phone on the stage floor and put it between his bum cheeks. Stewart leapt from the stage and ordered the device to be handed over. He had warned him to put his phone away in a rant over how a filmed joke could be taken out of…

Painfully funny to watch - January 2022 OxInABox.co.uk - By Simon Court - January 19th, 2022

Stewart Lee‘s distinctive style and appealing delivery were in plentiful supply at Oxford Playhouse this week after a two year absence, his deadpan, weary and resigned delivery keeping us permanently chuckling behind our masks. Taking this opportunity to not only perform again, but mix up two previous shows (SNOWFLAKE and TORNADO,) Lee also managed to…

Two sublimely subversive sets from “the world’s greatest living stand-up” - January 2022 DailyInfo.co.uk - By Gabrielle Brown - January 18th, 2022

Like most of us, Stewart Lee has been lying low for the last couple of years, but he’s re-emerged like a magnificent middle-aged butterfly, a little plumper and greyer yet manifestly galvanised by the cornucopia of material made available by recent worldwide events and movements. And, despite one critic’s observation that Lee’s audiences don’t laugh…

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