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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

Cyprus Avenue, Royal Court Theatre review - Stephen Rea is utterly compelling

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Sheeps, Soho Theatre review - sketch comedy with a touch of the surreal

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Adam Riches Is The Guy Who..., Drink, Shop & Do review - super-suave Lothario on the prowl

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Lost Voice Guy, Soho Theatre review - Britain's Got Talent winner finds the funny in disability

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When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other, Dorfman Theatre review - Cate Blanchett's underwhelming debut at the National

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Daniel Sloss, Leicester Square Theatre review - toxic masculinity examined

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James Acaster, Phoenix Theatre review - a masterclass in comedy

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Leicester Comedy Festival Gala Preview Show review - an entertaining mixed bag

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Catastrophe, Series 4, Channel 4 review - final series starts strongly

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The Catherine Tate Show Live, Wyndham's Theatre review - sketch show favourites on stage

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Best of 2018: Comedy

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Upstart Crow, BBC Two review - Shakespeare does Dickens in seasonal tale

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Caroline, or Change, Playhouse Theatre review - Sharon D Clarke is superlative

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Mary Poppins Returns review - Emily Blunt makes the role her own

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Aladdin, New Wimbledon Theatre review - enjoyable but underpowered

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Aladdin, Hackney Empire review - Clive Rowe returns as the Dame

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You seldom hear a Champions League-level roar of approval at the Wigmore Hall. Last night, though, Igor Levit drew a throaty collective bark of...

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