Stewart Lee

Find out what you can see and when at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Edinburgh Fringe: Everything we know The writer and comedian plans the festival in Pontins camp in Prestatyn, North Wales. Stewart Lee is curating ATP 2.0 2016 The comedian says he wants his upcoming tour to be "accessible to all". Stewart Lee condemns ticket touts Stewart Lee previews material ahead of his next Comedy Vehicle series. Stewart Lee announces Soho shows Stewart Lee, Katherine Ryan and Alan Carr are going on tour. 11 stand-ups to look forward to in 2015 'A Soirée in a Cemetery' takes place on October 4 in a secret location in London. Stewart Lee booked for show at a cemetery Cardinal Burns, Stewart Francis and David O'Doherty will also perform. Rich Hall for Greenwich Comedy Festival We talk to one of the most inventive stand-ups in the industry. Simon Munnery: "Bring on the new!" The Alternative Comedy Experience is returning for 13 new episodes. Alternative Comedy Experience returning Talks embarrassing himself in front of Madonna and trying to prevent a new Kim Kardashian. David Baddiel picks apart fame for new show New original commissions will feature new talent and star names. BBC iPlayer: Exclusive content revealed Watch a preview clip for the comic's new series of Comedy Vehicle. Stewart Lee: 'Twitter is like the Stasi' Digital Spy rounds up ten of the biggest names at the Fringe. Edinburgh Fringe - 10 must-see acts He criticises Jack Whitehall, Andi Osho, Frankie Boyle and Michael McIntyre. Stewart Lee slams comics with writers The comedy troupe star in the 'Handyman Blues' video for Tooth & Nail. Stewart Lee in Billy Bragg video The alternative comedian says that comics could just pop up an old tour DVD. Alexei Sayle mocks bland arena stand-ups Other headliners include Adam Buxton, Mark Thomas and the Pajama Men. Stewart Lee for Union Chapel show The comedy duo couldn't get their calendars to match this January. Richard Herring on Stewart Lee reunion Digital Spy talks to Danny Bhoy about comedy and the Commonwealth. Danny Bhoy: I'm a Commonwealth comedian Digital Spy speaks to Richard Herring about Talking Cock and more. Herring: Frankie Boyle isn't racist The comedian and actor talks about his new book, Hot Chip and Stewart Lee. Peter Serafinowicz on 'A Billion Jokes' The comedian teases his upcoming Carpet Remnant World DVD. Stewart Lee DVD trailer - watch Jon Stewart's show will air exclusively on Comedy Central Extra from July. 'The Daily Show' comes to UK Download the free podcast featuring the Fist of Fun stars. Stewart Lee, Richard Herring podcast It's Kevin with Kevin Eldon, to air next year, will feature songs and special guests. Kevin Eldon lands BBC Two sketch show The comedian says that we should "be celebrating the schmuck". Richard Herring defends 'Talking Cock' The comedian talks about Work Experience, sexiness and Michael McIntyre. Rhod Gilbert 'Work Experience' interview Father Ted's Declan Lowney is to direct The Alan Partridge Movie. Alan Partridge movie to shoot this year Ricky Gervais says that his character of Derek is "defined by its creator". Ricky Gervais defends 'Derek' comedy The DVD release of Fist of Fun's first series turned a profit for Lee and Herring. 'Fist of Fun' series two for DVD release BBC Two will then broadcast a fourth series of the comedy show a year later in 2015. Stewart Lee's BBC show to return in 2014 Executive producer Armando Iannucci reveals the show has been recommissioned on Twitter. 'Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle' to return Let us know what you think is the best sketch show of all time. What's the best sketch show? - poll Catch up on Digital Spy's journey to becoming a stand-up. How to be a stand-up - Week four Stewart Lee explains why he has changed his trademark comedy style. Stewart Lee: 'Imitators are annoying' Join Digital Spy on our journey to become a stand-up comedian. How to be a stand-up comedian - Week one Ross Noble talks to Digital Spy about the past, present and future of stand-up. Ross Noble on stand-up - video The annual British Comedy Awards reached a peak audience of 2.3m British Comedy Awards amuses 1.7m on C4 Winners at the 22nd British Comedy Awards include Miranda Hart, Stewart Lee and Sarah Millican. Miranda, Stewart Lee win Comedy Awards Frankie Boyle dismisses Stewart Lee as "irrelevant and flabby". Frankie Boyle: Stewart Lee is irrelevant