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Veronica Lee

Bio
Veronica is an award-winning writer and critic who contributes on theatre and comedy to the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Observer and London Evening Standard.

Articles By Veronica Lee

ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition, O2 - one for the supergroup's completists

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Andy Parsons, Stamford Corn Exchange review - politics and the art of persuasion

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Jack Whitehall, O2 Arena - a mix of posh and puerile

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Ivo Graham: The Game of Life, Soho Theatre review - privilege and parenting

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Stewart Lee: Tornado/Snowflake, Leicester Square Theatre review - snark to Sharknado

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Jack Dee, Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage review - now he really is a grumpy old man

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Jonathan Pie, Eventim Apollo review - spoof reporter in coruscating form

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Lou Sanders, Soho Theatre review - feminism and dodgy massages

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God's Dice, Soho Theatre review - overlong and overblown

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Ben Elton, Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall review - magnificent return to stand-up

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Lenny Henry, Watford Colosseum review - enjoyable evening with genial host

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Hannah Gadsby, Royal Festival Hall review - simply magnificent

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The Watsons, Menier Chocolate Factory review - Laura Wade's inventive new play

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Eddie Izzard, Brighton Dome review - splendidly surreal storytelling

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Ed Byrne, Berry Theatre, Hedge End review - musing on middle-age angst

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Count Arthur Strong, Leeds City Varieties review - stargazing and mangled syntax

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Giri/Haji, Series Finale, BBC Two review - a thriller, but m...

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Honey Boy review - coming to terms with dad

Blue periods can lead to golden streaks. Such is almost the case with Honey Boy, which Shia LaBeouf wrote during a court-ordered stay in...

ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition, O2 - one for the superg...

Abba fans can already have an immersive dining/dancing/singing experience at the O2 in Mamma Mia! The Party, and now, almost as a...

CD: Liam Payne - LP1

Liam Payne is a Simon Cowell-manufactured pop star worth...

Ravens: Spassky vs. Fischer, Hampstead Theatre review - it...

We’ve had Chess the musical; now, here’s Chess the play...

Ordinary Love review - small but (almost) perfectly formed

Amidst the deluge of high-profile year-end releases, it would be a shame if the collective Oscar-bait noise drowned out Ordinary Love,...

Svetlana Zakharova, Modanse, London Coliseum review - impecc...

What price a pair of seats at the ballet? If you’re talking the latest starry...

Motherless Brooklyn review – tic tec

Edward Norton has wanted to adapt ...

IDLES, Barrowland, Glasgow review - rowdy and raucous, but w...

As the number of sweaty bodies increased towards the front of the Barrowland stage, IDLES singer Joe Talbot had a direct message. “Keep safe” he...