Welcome to this little nook of the Internet... this tiny corner of
cyberspace. This is the Official Website of humorist Martin Lewis.
British-born Lewis has been based in America since 1982 and is thus
truly RESIDENT Of The UNITED STATES!
This website presents news and information about Martin Lewis and
his many current and future projects - including the archive of his
columns written for the website of Time Magazine. It also provides
links to other websites created and hosted by Martin Lewis.
Martin Lewis is blessed (or perhaps cursed!) with a very good
and is also a packrat of astounding proportions. So this website
presents an ever-expanding array of information, background notes,
behind-the-scenes reminiscences, memorabilia, and rare visuals and
on the full range of his past projects.
These projects include his extensive work in his early career as a
producer of films, TV, stage-shows and albums - with Monty Python, Peter
Cook, Billy Connolly and Rowan Atkinson (among many) - a unique
apprenticeship which proved very beneficial when his life took an
unexpected turn in 1990 - and he evolved into a comedic performer and
writer in his own right.
So - from a time dating back to the earliest existence of primitive
plasma on this planet - to the far-off frontiers of the future... from
the quaint rustic hamlets of England's Childs Hill and Cricklewood - to
fevered fleshpots of America's Beverly Hills and Hollywood... from
alpha-man to alfalfa
sprouts-man... on this page you will find...
Everything You Wanted To Know About Martin Lewis
(But Were Too 'Oy-Vayed' To Ask)
Information about Martin Lewis' acclaimed, autobiographical one-man show
The show premiered in L.A. in 1999 - and received
the accolade of being selected as the inaugural event at the new Steven
Spielberg Theatre in Hollywood. The show was a critical success in the
prestigious 9th Annual Toyota Comedy Festival in New York in June 2001
Martin Lewis' MODS & ROCKERS! Website. Originally created in
conjunction with two notable Hollywood retrospectives (in 1999 and 2000)
of 1960's movies. The film festivals were co-created, produced and
hosted by Martin Lewis for the American Cinematheque. The website is
maintained as a tribute to British pop culture of the 1960’s.
MBE! The Official Brian Epstein Website. This website is Martin
Lewis' tribute to the Beatles' enigmatic manager - who died of
accidental causes in 1967 after guiding the group to mega-stardom. This
site is also the hub of Martin Lewis’ campaign to foster increased
public appreciation of this important but comparatively neglected hero
of the Beatles story.
The true story of The Great Beatles Songs Hoax!
- Martin Lewis’
1971 throwaway teenage prank - which by 1999 had independently
mushroomed into what the New York Post described as "the biggest Beatles
hoax since the 'Paul is dead' craze."
The Springtime! Website - Springtime! is the
production-management-marketing company founded and owned by Martin
Lewis. The website features details of the company's many distinctive
publicity and marketing campaigns for entertainment projects and social
& political causes from the early 1970's through to the present day.
Campaigns in recent years include the US launch of the Beatles'
"Anthology" albums in 1995-1996 and the US reissue of the Beatles' movie
"A Hard Day's Night" in 2000-2001.
This website is very much like the universe. It is continually
So bookmark this page - then surf and enjoy. And come back soon!
Remember - as long as you're just cyber-bating - you won't go blind...
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