News: South Bank Run for Stewart Lee Then He Takes A Break

Stewart Lee is to perform a run of his latest show at the Royal Festival Hall on April 19, 20 & 23.

Content Provider has been touring to sold out theatres throughout divided Brexit Britain for nearly two years and is Stewart Lee’s most successful full-length show ever. Join him on these special evenings as he finally abandons two hours of monetisable material and performs the show for the very last time. When it's gone it's gone.

After these shows Lee intends to take a break from stand-up.

Stewart started out as a stand-up in 1988 at the age of 20, and won the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year in 1990, becoming a nightly London comedy circuit regular throughout the following decade. His most recent large-scale live shows have been Carpet Remnant World (2011), Much A Stew About Nothing (2013) and Room With a Stew (2015). He made four series of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle for the BBC, winning Best Male TV Comic and Best Comedy Entertainment Performance at the British Comedy Awards in 2011, and a BAFTA in 2012. This year his glazed face appeared on Grayson Perry's satirical remoaning vase, and he is currently the voice of a depressed spider at London Zoo.

Presented by David Johnson & John Mackay in association with Debi Allen.

Tickets here.


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