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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

Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Alexandra Palace Theatre review - JM Barrie's classic as you have never seen it before

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Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar, Channel 5 review - a diverting melding of fact and fiction

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Goldilocks and the Three Bears, London Palladium review - joyously filthy fun

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Adam Kay, Bloomsbury Theatre review - festive tales from the NHS coalface

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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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Portrait of a Lady on Fire review – love unshackled

Portrait of a Lady on Fire is windblown, spare, taut, and sensual – a haunted seaside romantic...

Women Beware Women, Shakespeare's Globe, review – witti...

This raunchy, gleefully cynical production takes one of Thomas Middleton’s most famous tragedies...

Dark Waters review - an ominous drama with plenty of backbon...

Watching Dark Waters, the latest film from director Todd Haynes (Carol, Far from Heaven), I kept thinking — what’s the opposite...

Ahir Shah, West End Centre, Aldershot review - a millennial...

Ahir Shah has delivered some very good comedy by...

CD: James Taylor, American Standard - a trip down memory lan...

“Fire and Rain”. Who doesn’t recall James Taylor’s first...

Isadora Now, Barbican Theatre review - a little piece of his...

Mention Isadora Duncan and the best response you’re likely to get is “Wasn’t she that dancer who died when her scarf...

Simon Brodkin, The Stables, Milton Keynes review - comics ca...

Simon Brodkin is best known for his cheeky Cockney wideboy character Lee Nelson, and for...

Alice Boman, Union Chapel review - Swedish singer-songwriter...

Judging by her debut album, Malmö singer-songwriter Alice Boman’...