Why take a punt on my show? Here are ten good reasons.
1. It’s about my shoes
No matter where I go or who I talk to my shoes are always well liked. 408 more words
Stewart Lee hadn’t been in the Komedia Studio for 20 years, since he’d produced the Mighty Boosh. We could have sold the tickets ten times over – they sold out in minutes – but we’d decided to keep the show in the 80-seat Studio so that we could give our Charity Chuckle regulars and true comedy fans a small, intimate, brilliant gig to remember. 220 more words
Laugh Out London comedy club closes its best Edinburgh festival preview season yet with another great show featuring two of the most acclaimed comedians in the country.
Stewart Lee’s certainly on form. This work-in-progress was the first in a run of (I think) four shows held by him this week at The Invisible Dot, and it consisted of a handful of twenty minute-ish routines that are being polished up for use in Comedy Vehicle. 362 more words
I don’t think I ever got round to writing up anything about the second lot of shows I saw last week: Tim Key and Ellie White at the Invisible Dot, and Daniel Kitson at The Hob. 420 more words
Well, this was a strange evening – and actually not so much the content of the Usurp Chance Tour show, which was composed of The Conspirators of Pleasure in the first half, and Stewart Lee reading John Cage’s “Indeterminacy” in the second. 327 more words