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What Is Stewart Lee? 2002


January 2002

Satire

January 2002 - Satire

January 2002

S Lee takes part in a panel on satire at Greenwich Theatre and is then himself satirised by the cartoonist Martin Rowson in The Times
February 2002

New York Times

February 2002 - New York Times

February 2002

Stewart Lee and Richard Thomas interviewed by New York Times at Battersea Arts Centre for JERRY SPRINGER: THE OPERA.
March 2002

Dr. Who: Real Time

March 2002 - Dr. Who: Real Time

March 2002

S Lee appears alongside the comedian & blogger Richard Herring and Colin Baker as a Cyberman called Ryan Carey in REAL TIME, BBCi's online Doctor Who drama. It's come to this.

Guest-starring in the production is Yee Jee Tso, who, ironically, appeared as Chang Lee in the Doctor Who TV movie.
The show was recorded at Moat Studios, where free jazz types Derek Bailey, Ruins, Acid Mothers Temple etc have also recorded.
Dr Who does not contain improvisatory elements.
April 2002

The Furtherers

April 2002 - The Furtherers
April 2002

The Furtherers

April 2002 - The Furtherers
April 2002

The Furtherers

April 2002 - The Furtherers

April 2002 2002, The Furtherers

S Lee directs a workshop of Keith Burstein's space opera THE FURTHERERS at Battersea Arts Centre.

The pair are photographed in a bush by Gemma Day for this article in the Independent on Sunday.
April 24th 2002

Vortex

April 24th 2002 - Vortex

April 24th 2002, Vortex

Vortex Comedy Night - Union Chapel, Compton Avenue, London, N1 2XD

"Having met a property developer who wanted to buy Stoke Newington's famous Vortex jazz club, and disliked him intensely, Stewart Lee blackmailed a once in a lifetime line up of talent spanning three decades of comedy into appearing at the Comedy For The Vortex benefit, April 24th, Union Chapel, Islington. Profits went to the Vortex Jazz Foundation, which aimed to keep this vital venue open and extend its activities to include community music resources and a jazz archive."

Read what Bruce Dessau, critic, thought of it here.

Line-up; Dan Antopolski (Stand Up Show)
Simon Day (The Fast Show)
John Dowie (ATV's Revolver)
Jenny Éclair (The Camberwell Beauty)
Kevin Eldon (Big Train, Brass Eye)
John Hegley (All good bookshops)
Harry Hill (Celebrity Stars In Their Eyes)
Billy Jenkins (Blues from Bromley)
Tony Law (Canada's 4th best stand-up comedian)
Stewart Lee (Lee and Herring)
Johnny Vegas (Shooting Stars)
August 2002

Edinburgh Fringe

August 2002 - Edinburgh Fringe

August 2002

Another run of JERRY SPRINGER: THE OPERA at The Edinburgh Festival. Also, PEA GREEN BOAT is performed at the Traverse with Jane Watkins and Simon Munnery. It was a joy to be in Edinburgh for the festival and have someone else shoulder your shows' inevitable loss.

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