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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

The Other One, BBC One review - entertaining odd-couple sitcom

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Days of the Bagnold Summer review - wry suburban drama

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Space Force, Netflix review - fails to launch

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Desiree Burch, Soho Theatre On Demand review - fantastical storytelling

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The Understudy online review - entertaining adaptation of David Nicholls' novel

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Lockdown Comedy 2: where to get your laughs this week

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In Search of Greatness review - Gabe Polsky's absorbing sports documentary

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Jerry Seinfeld, Netflix review - not bad for a swansong

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Isolation Song Contest review - a fun alternative to Eurovision

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Lockdown Comedy 1: where to get your laughs this week

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After Life series 2, Netflix review - Ricky Gervais's study of bereavement continues

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Aditi Mittal, Soho Theatre On Demand review - cows, mothers and fempowerment

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The Host review - implausible suspense thriller

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Simon Amstell, Netflix review - wisdom and wisecracks

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Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? review - documentary about Springsteen's saxophonist

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Rachel Fairburn, Go Faster Stripe review - smart and subtle gags

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Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You, Apple TV+ review - h...

Towards the end of this new documentary, an account of...

London Symphony Orchestra, Hasan, LSO St Luke's review...

Big orchestras to serve the late romantic masterpieces and contemporary blockbusters still aren’t the order of the Covid-era day, even in streamed...

10 Questions for Poet and Critic Rebecca Tamás

Strangers: Essays on the Human and Nonhuman is a powerful invitation to rethink, to doubt and to engage. Beginning among the Diggers’...

Blu-ray: Eraserhead

Shot across a period of five years, David Lynch’s...

Roadkill, BBC One review - David Hare pokes under the floorb...

A lifelong socialist who has regularly written about the Labour party,...

4/4, Royal Opera review – desire, loss and lunacy in four su...

Think you’ve seen enough of monologues and duets over the past few months? Watch this and reel. Four British directors, four conductors with close...

Ronnie's review – fascinating story of the fabled Soho...

Ronnie Scott was a remarkable man: “Jazz Musician, Club Proprietor, Raconteur and Wit, he was the leader of our generation,” reads the memorial to...

Stephen Kovacevich, Wigmore Hall review - a sublime birthday...

What do you want to do on your 80th birthday? Well, playing two of your favourite pieces of music at the...

Daniel Saldaña Paris: Ramifications review – chaos reigns in...

The majority of Daniel Saldaña París’s latest novel spurs from a single act, committed during the height of summer, in...