Stewart Lee.co.uk

×

Showing 7 results for: Scrambled Egg

Scrambled Egg – Gigs, gags and going for a gong - August 2008 Irish Times - August 23rd, 2008

……..The first show I see is Stewart Lee at the Stand Comedy Club. His show is called Scrambled egg and is subtitled: Old Material and new. In random order. (Notes towards a television project). The expected lack of flow given the show’s title was evident the night I was there. It was a particularly disjointed…

Scrambled Egg ★★★★★ - August 2008 Pretentious Writer.com - August 19th, 2008

In the sweltering heat of the Edinburgh Stand, Stewart Lee plays mainly to a packed room full of people who are already predisposed to liking him. Nevertheless he insists, stand up comedy is the hardest job in the world. Sarcasm is this man’s backbone and in this years show, basically a rehearsal of old and…

Scrambled Egg - August 2008 The Void - By David Hepburn - August 11th, 2008

Stewart Lee returns for what seems like his 145th Edinburgh show with a ‘work in progress’. Likely to be a different show every night, Lee is showcasing old and new material which he intends to use for an upcoming television project. Because of the format it’s impossible to say what will come up on any…

Scrambled Egg at The Stand ★★★★ - August 2008 One4Review.com - August 10th, 2008

Stewart Lee may have come 41st in a poll of the top 100 comedians. Personally I think he was robbed. I love Stewart’s comedy despite not getting to see him as much as I would like. I am also a great fan of his written work especially his plays and am looking forward to seeing…

Scrambled Egg ★★★ - August 2008 The Guardian - By Brian Logan - August 9th, 2008

Woe betide those who find themselves on the receiving end of Stewart Lee’s sarcasm. It kills with a smile – then bludgeons the corpse. One of the several routines, old and new, he is rotating as part of this year’s Edinburgh show turns the irony on an American comedian called Franklyn Ajaye. Lee cites Ajaye’s…

Perhaps what you're looking for isn't tagged. Search the site instead