('70s GERMAN ROCK MUSIC PLAYING) ANNOUNCER: Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to enter the Carpet Remnant World of Stewart Lee! (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) That was a bit heavy metal, rock and roll that. Can we have some funny music at the start of the second half? Yup. Thanks for coming. (LAUGHTER) [...]
Stewart Lee’s meta comedy is of a self-aware Metropolitan Liberal Elite in which he talks about, amongst other things, the thin line between Brexit and Trump, S&M (unrelated), people under forty, Deacon Blue’s mix of soulful singer-songwriter sensibilities, an accurate impersonation of Russell Howard, and Burnham-On-Crouch, all against a backdrop of Casper David Friedrich’s 1818 German masterpiece Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog.
The Catholic Church are very worried about you all reading The Da Vinci Code. And in fact, in January last year, the Vatican actually issued an official statement reminding Dan Brown readers that the books are largely fictional and full of historically unverifiable information...
English stand-up comedian Stewart Lee stands in front of a room full of inebriated Glaswegians and tells them that William Wallace may have been "a gay" and "a Scottish paedophile - the worst kind of paedophile there is" as well as suggesting that Gaelic is the language of gays.