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Tornado/Snowflake – Live Review – Sheffield City Hall - February 2020 On Magazine - By Richard Jones - February 10th, 2020

Stewart Lee’s latest show ‘Tornado/Snowflake’ revolves around two things that have been written about him. Firstly, the Netflix blurb for his show Stewart Lee: Content Provider which inexcusably describes the outrageous plot for the horror B-movie Sharknado: “Reports of sharks falling from the skies are on the rise again. Nobody on the Eastern Seaboard is…

Stewart Lee’s Little Women - February 2020 Robin Ince's Blog - By Robin Ince - February 3rd, 2020

Theatregoers will be aware that it is a rare night when the queue for the men’s outstrips the queue for the women’s toilet. The toilet queue as a feminist issue has been discussed by Caroline Criado Perez in her book, Invisible Women. Where could I have been where the length of the comfort break queue…

Supercharged Venom - January 2020 Nottinghamshire Live - By Sean Hewitt - January 30th, 2020

So much goes on, and on so many levels, during Stewart Lee’s latest stand-up performance that it’s even harder than usual to describe. Cerebral, confrontational and laugh-out-loud funny, it’s the work of a master at his peak. Four years ago he playfully announced to a Nottingham audience that “no-one is equipped to review me”. I…

Leicester Square Theatre, 10th December 2019 - January 2020 At Home He Feels Like A Tourist - January 29th, 2020

It’s Stewart Lee. He is so far above other comedians that it makes me wonder why they bother. Of course it is a 5* review. Even when he is meandering he is a genius. Here the show was delayed by a power failure. Just more for him to get his teeth into. This double header…

Tornado / Snowflake review – Britain’s finest comedian in action - January 2020 Reaction.Life - By Ben Kelly - January 11th, 2020

In the last decade, Stewart Lee has been at the peak of his powers. Increasingly over this time he has channelled his comedy through a carefully constructed onstage persona, a parody of himself. The embittered, envious comic going through mid-life crisis, brimming with self-regard, obsessed with his own status and resentful and contemptuous of his…

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