mon 20/05/2024

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

Clinton Baptiste, Touring review - spoof clairvoyant on great form

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Jack Docherty, Soho Theatre review - warm and witty childhood memoir

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Rhod Gilbert, G-Live Guildford review - cancer, constipation and celebrity treatment

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Fern Brady, Netflix Special review - sex, relationships and death

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Jonathan Pie, Duke of York's Theatre review - spoof political reporter takes no prisoners

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Six Chick Flicks, Leicester Square Theatre review - funny, frenetic and feminist spoof

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Pierre Novellie, Soho Theatre review - turning a heckle into a show

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Catherine Bohart, Soho Theatre review - girlfriends, gossip and gay parenthood

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Miles Jupp, Cambridge Arts Theatre review - life's vicissitudes turned into laughs

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Andy Parsons, Touring review - reasons to be cheerful...

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Paul Foot, Soho Theatre review - how to discover the meaning of life

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Jessica Fostekew, Soho Theatre review - age is just a number

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Tatty Macleod, Soho Theatre review - cross-Channel relations

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Best of 2023: Comedy

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Reuben Kaye, Purcell Room review - Australian gives powerhouse performance

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Lucy Beaumont, Touring review - Hull’s finest goes on the road

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Rebus, BBC One review - revival of Ian Rankin's Scottis...

The previous incarnation of Ian Rankin’s Scottish detective on ITV starred, in their contrasting styles, John Hannah and Ken Stott. For this ...

Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Sousa, St Martin-in...

Better (much better, indeed) late than never. The Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique should have given their cycle of Beethoven symphonies at...

Die Zauberflöte, Glyndebourne review - cornucopia of visual...

Five years after it first clattered onto the ...

Hough, Hallé, Elder, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester review - a...

It’s probably a bit early to be getting misty-eyed about the approaching end of Sir Mark Elder’s time as music director of the Hallé, but the...

Clinton Baptiste, Touring review - spoof clairvoyant on grea...

Clinton Baptiste – clairvoyant, medium and psychic – first appeared briefly as a character in Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights on Channel 4....

Music Reissues Weekly: Andwella - To Dream

Original pressings of Love And Poetry sell for up to £2,800. Copies of the August 1969 debut album by Andwellas Dream can sometimes also...

Bavouzet, Manchester Camerata, Takács-Nagy, Stoller Hall, Ma...

There’s a sense of cheerful abandon about Manchester Camerata’s ...

Album: Barry Adamson - Cut to Black

Always looking dapper and always sounding cool, Barry Adamson is a man who nevertheless seems to be perpetually of another time. Giving off the...

Carmen, Glyndebourne review - total musical fusion

It’s what you dream of in opera but don’t often get: singers feeling free and liberated to give their best after weeks of preparation with a...