Stewart Lee - Content Provider

Stewart Lee - Content Provider

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*Extra shows added in September - two more chances to catch this sell-out show*

Following his BAFTA-winning TV show Stewart Lee’s Comedy VehicleContent Provider is Stewart’s new full-length show, the first since the award-winning Carpet Remnant World.

Stewart Lee is one of the UK’s most accomplished writers and performers. When only 22, he won the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year award. He co-wrote the audacious Jerry Springer: The Opera, which won four Olivier Awards. And he’s recently won the Best Male TV Comic and Best Comedy Entertainment Performance at the British Comedy Awards.

Tickets are already selling fast, so book soon before it sells out!

Duration: 2 hours 30mins with interval

The most consistently funny show of his brilliant career … I laughed till it hurt.
★★★★★ Times 

Characteristically twisty and frequently brilliant
★★★★ Guardian  

Venomously funny 
★★★★ Standard 

Two marvellous misanthropic hours... there's no-one else to touch him
★★★★★ Mail on Sunday  

The delusional ravings of a man who has lost his way in the world. 
★★★★★ Mail on Sunday

Book Tickets

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

Age guideline: 16+
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes inc interval. Please note there is no support act.

Stand up comedy at Oxford Playhouse is sponsored by

  • The most consistently funny show of his brilliant career … I laughed till it hurt.
       
    Times
  • Characteristically twisty and frequently brilliant
       
    Guardian
  • Two marvellous misanthropic hours... there's no-one else to touch him
       
    Mail On Sunday

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