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Veronica Lee

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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

Mum, Series 3 finale, BBC Two review - superb comedy bows out

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Frank Skinner, Leicester Square Theatre - mixing some acid with the charm

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CD: Madonna - Madame X

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Spice Girls, Croke Park, Dublin review - uncomplicated fun

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Emily Atack, Clapham Grand review - I'm a Celebrity... star's first solo show

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John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection review - a fascinating oddity

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Al Murray as the Pub Landlord, Embassy Theatre Skegness review - comic pulls his punches

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Seann Walsh, Broadway, Letchworth Garden City review - Strictly's bad boy tells his story

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Reginald D Hunter, Princes Hall Aldershot review - underpowered but the laughs come through

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Mark Thomas, BAC review - impassioned polemic about the NHS

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Britney, Soho Theatre review - finding the funny in a brain tumour

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Tommy Tiernan, Shepherd's Bush Empire review - playful and poetic

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Angela Barnes, Blackheath Halls review - a pessimist turning the tables

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Aziz Ansari, Eventim Apollo review - show follows his #MeToo moment

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Mo Amer and Guz Khan, Leicester Square Theatre review - racism examined from both sides of the Atlantic

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Showbands, BBC Four review - an Irish cultural phenomenon explained

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Drag SOS, Channel 4 review - absolutely fabulous

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