Stewart Lee interview: “Stand-up is a duet with the audience. It doesn’t mean anything unless people are laughing. Or booing” | Songlines
Monday, February 22, 2021

Stewart Lee interview: “Stand-up is a duet with the audience. It doesn’t mean anything unless people are laughing. Or booing”

By Julian May

The comedian and writer tells Julian May about a childhood fascination with the past and the parallels between stand-up and the music he loves

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Stewart Lee (photo: Idil Sukan)

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