In September 2006 British comedian Stewart Lee visited the American Southwest to learn about the koshare, a sacred clown within Pueblo Native American cultures. This clown wears black and white striped paint, a loin cloth, and corn husks on his head. 511 more words
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Britain through the eyes of a comedy stalwart | Hailed as the ‘godfather of British stand-up’, Stewart Lee has also become a sacred TV presence and a writer of perceptive, hilarious press columns. 552 more words
Stewart Lee has a new book out titled Content Provider, a collection of his columns for the Observer and Guardian over the last five or so years. 52 more words
Originally released in 2007, Comedian Stewart Lee’s hauntingly sedated adaptation of the classic Edward Lear tale The Owl & The Pussycat is being reissued on pea green vinyl. 111 more words
I hate Twitter. It’s like a state surveillance agency staffed by gullible volunteers.
In season 3 of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle, highbrow comic Stewart Lee tackles concepts like UKIP’s racist statement that if Bulgarians are so smart, they should stay in Bulgaria and make it better there, rather than moving to England.582 more words