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Stewart Lee
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Stewart Lee: Snowflake/Tornado

 

Double-bill of two new 60 minute sets, from “the world’s greatest living stand-upTimes.

Tornado questions Stew’s position in the comedy marketplace after Netflix mistakenly lists his show as “reports of sharks falling from the skies are on the rise again. Nobody on the Eastern Seaboard is safe.”

Snowflake questions Stew’s worth in a society demolishing the liberal values he has been keen to espouse in a fairy-tale landscape of winter wonder.

Age Recommendation: 14+

This performance may contain adult material that some might find offensive.

Tickets: £26
Concessions: £24.50
Footlights: Discount Applies

A £1.50 ticket levy is included in all stated ticket prices.
 


 

Due to the guidance outlined by Public Health England and in the best interest of our employees and guests, we can confirm Stewart Lee: Snowflake/Tornado is postponed until Saturday 6 March 2021.

Our team has attempted to contact all patrons who purchased tickets for the original date on Thursday 14 May 2020. If  you have any queries regarding this show please contact our Box Office on 01935 422884.

TICKETS

£24.50 - £26.00

  • There’s no-one else to touch him
       

    Mark Wareham, Mail on Sunday

  • Lee remains one of the best stand-ups in the country
       

    Metro

  • The world’s best living stand-up comedian
       

    Dominic Maxwell, The Times

  • He makes stand-up almost a moral pursuit, … that makes the usual (and more popular) stand-ups seem crude and obvious.
       

    Alan Bennet, London Review Of Books

  • Proper, vicious prejudice - a self-proclaimed inhabitant of the moral high ground
       

    Sarah Vine, Daily Mail

  • A pot-bellied Bernard Manning for snowflakes
       

    Tony Parsons, The Sun

  • If I could bring one extinct thing back to life it would be Stewart Lee’s sense of humour.
       

    Frankie Boyle, BBC2

  • The opposite of what really good comedy should be
       

    Toby Young, Radio 4