Pea Green Boat

Pea Green Boat
“This is my first mid-30s, pretentious one-man show,” says Stewart Lee in an apologetic intro to Pea Green Boat. This isn’t stand-up, he warns, so prepare not to laugh. The preamble promises some daring dramatic experiment. In fact, this solo delve into Edward Lear’s most famous poem is sweet and very funny – but doesn’t deviate greatly from the stand-up with which Lee made his name.
Guardian Unlimited | Arts reviews | Stewart Lee, Traverse, Edinburgh (23 August 2002)

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