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Any fans here?
For me he's one of the best comedians around, though obviously comedy is very subjective, and good value for money (£30) at Leicester square.
I think he's a fall/Smith kinda guy but you can't have it all.
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Yeah I'm a fan, saw the current tour on the Norwich date, it was pretty funny.
I hope he gets lots of Easter eggs (ha, I said egg!)
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yeah....stewart lee is great. just when you think he's rambling, he'll say something and it all makes sense. does anyone remember the bit he done about Diana dying. the bit about the inflatable ET that was placed in the middle of all the flowers and tributes. genius
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sewer rat wrote: 12 Apr 2017, 11:43 yeah....stewart lee is great. just when you think he's rambling, he'll say something and it all makes sense. does anyone remember the bit he done about Diana dying. the bit about the inflatable ET that was placed in the middle of all the flowers and tributes. genius
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I don't know about anyone else but I have to buy my own presents these days but If you'reon the look out for a Christmas/Birthday present for someone then look no further than his comedy vehicle series. The 3rd one is my fave.
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A wonderful sense of humour, intelligent comedy, I very much enjoyed those shows he has been doin on BBC2 the last couple a years.
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Morrissey's let himself go.

I'll give it to you straight, like a pear cider made from a 100% pears ......I think he's great 8)
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seen him on his last 2 tours, excellent both times
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He's funny on telly, I agree. Not sure about £30 being 'good value' to see any comedian though but each to their own.
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Bobinblack wrote: 13 Apr 2017, 09:51 He's funny on telly, I agree. Not sure about £30 being 'good value' to see any comedian though but each to their own.
I've taken the liberty of doing a little price comparison, If I may.

Jack Whitehall £38.50
Scouser John Bishop £71.47
Chubby Brown £98.50
Wait for it
Ricky Gervais up to £170
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airflamesred wrote: 13 Apr 2017, 17:44
Bobinblack wrote: 13 Apr 2017, 09:51 He's funny on telly, I agree. Not sure about £30 being 'good value' to see any comedian though but each to their own.
I've taken the liberty of doing a little price comparison, If I may.

Jack Whitehall £38.50
Scouser John Bishop £71.47
Chubby Brown £98.50
Wait for it
Ricky Gervais up to £170
Chubby Brown is play Newcastle City Hall ticket price
£22.50
do you wanna
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airflamesred wrote: 13 Apr 2017, 17:44
Bobinblack wrote: 13 Apr 2017, 09:51 He's funny on telly, I agree. Not sure about £30 being 'good value' to see any comedian though but each to their own.
I've taken the liberty of doing a little price comparison, If I may.

Jack Whitehall £38.50
Scouser John Bishop £71.47
Chubby Brown £98.50
Wait for it
Ricky Gervais up to £170
Ah I get you now, sorry, you mean good value compared to other stand-ups. Well yes, damned right you are. Chubby Brown one though, that's a joke right? :grin:
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