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Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle Series 3 - January 2017 January 21st, 2017

The multi-award winning STEWART LEE’S COMEDY VEHICLE made a long awaited return to BBC TWO in Spring 2014 and now for the first time you can own this brilliant show on DVD. The third series follows a BAFTA and two British Comedy Awards for Series 2, and sees Stewart continue to push the boundaries of…

Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle Review – The Bloody Critique - November 2016 steemit.com - By soundlegion - November 24th, 2016

”No one is equipped to review me” – Stewart Lee Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle, written and performed by Stewart Lee himself, takes place in a small venue in London, and it’s basically a half hour stand-up set, cut back and forth between short sketches in the first season, and a hostile mock interview segment from…

Stewart Lee’s series offers rare fidelity to the “warts and all” of live comedy. - July 2016 popmatters.com - By Haran Sivapalan - July 5th, 2016

Live vs. Televised Comedy A comedy audience is a capricious animal. Sometimes it cackles on cue, lapping up punchlines with an almost-Pavlovian predictability. At other times, it merely stares back at you, seemingly unresponsive to the highly crafted material it’s fed. The responses are not always binary like this. Often, the organism mutates and divides…

Stewart Lee and his UKIP routine - September 2015 Western Defence.org - By Gavin - September 25th, 2015

This morning at 8:10 Paul Nuttall of UKIP was interviewed on the Today Programme. Afterwards, Twitter was alive with left-wingers, most of whom seemed to work for “charities” or had names such as “Death to Capitalism”. Many were linking to a video by the stand-up comedian Stewart Lee:       They obviously found this…

Jazz Chicken - September 2015 Dayglo Badger - By Dayglo Badger - September 12th, 2015

This week’s post is brought to you by Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. Series 3 is on Netflix and I’ve been watching it again. If you can, and like that sort of thing or want to try it, I’d recommend episode 4 – “context”. I can write jokes. I just choose not to… “The conflict of…

Netflix UK TV review: Season 3 - August 2015 Vodzilla - By Ivan Radford - August 6th, 2015

Stewart Lee is the death of stand-up comedy. His smug tirades and educated, middle-class opinions ruin it for everyone. For those who don’t like his intellectual concerns and patronising tone, he’s impossible to tolerate. For those who do, he makes it impossible to tolerate any other comedian. That’s the brilliance of Stewart Lee’s stand-up: either…

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