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Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle Series 3 DVD - November 2014 Chortle - By Steve Bennett - November 19th, 2014

Stewart Lee continues on cracking form with his third series of six contrary, tricksy and super-smart stand-up sets. As the house comedian of the metropolitan liberal elite, he puts in his sights such subjects as inequitable wealth distribution and the mentality underlying UKIP’s rise (‘If you say you’re English these days you get arrested and…

In an era of interchangeable panel-show perennials and observational blandness, the confrontational yet relentlessly hilarious Stewart Lee has never felt more vital. Since the mid-’90s – when, alongside Richard Herring, the Shropshire-born comic became a cult icon on BBC2’s ‘Fist of Fun’ and ‘This Morning with Richard Not Judy’ – Lee has been consistently iconoclastic.…

Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle Season 3 - May 2014 Daily Mail Weekend Magazine - May 15th, 2014

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If only the financial services sector was more like Stewart Lee - May 2014 Professional Advisor - By Simon Willoughby - May 14th, 2014

AXA Wealth International head of proposition Simon Willoughby on his love of stand-up comic Stewart Lee and how he wishes financial services could be more like him. Some of you may recall my chance meeting with the comedian Jimmy Carr last year, and due to my inability to retain sufficient composure when trying to engage…

Stewart Lee: A Revolution In Standup - April 2014 Huffington Post - By Julian Dutton - April 10th, 2014

In a collection of critical essays published in 1929 as a prolegomena to the appearance of Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, Our Exagmination round his Factification of Incamination of Work in Progress, Samuel Beckett begins his contribution with the words “With Joyce, form is content.” With Stewart Lee, comedy is content: Joyce’s novel is a novel about…

Mentioned by Michael Palin - April 2014 Chortle - By Michael Palin - April 8th, 2014

Interview with Michael Palin – 8th April 2014 “And there are some brilliant people around, Stewart Lee, and people like that. Yet the way television and radio are run now, executives and number crunchers are far more in control than they used to be because there are so many more channels and they’re all fighting…

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