sun 24/03/2019

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

Nish Kumar, Soho Theatre review - the state we're in

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Black 47 review - a gripping and unusual drama

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Katherine Ryan, Garrick Theatre review - feminism with extra sass

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The League of Gentlemen Live Again!, Sunderland Empire review - going local for local people

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Rose Matafeo review

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018 reviews: Rosie Jones/ Marcus Brigstocke/ Alice Snedden

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Luisa Omielan/ Brennan Reece/ Olga Koch

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018 reviews: Ari Shaffir/ Ashley Blaker/ Janeane Garofalo

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018 reviews: Alex Edelman/ Jayde Adams/ Kieran Hodgson

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018 reviews: Catherine Bohart / Norris & Parker / Pelican

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End of the Pier, Park Theatre review - thought-provoking play about comedy and race

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Flight of the Conchords review, Eventim Apollo - New Zealand musical spoofers make welcome return

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Bridget Christie, Brighton Festival review - politics through a domestic lens

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Sarah Kendall, Soho Theatre review - a superb storyteller

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Danny Baker, Touring review - boy, can he talk

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Friday Night Dinner, Channel 4 review - predictable but fun

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CD: The Underground Youth – Montage Images of Lust and Fear

As Nick Cave has edged ever further towards mainstream acceptance with each of his recent Bad Seeds’ albums, so he has created something of a...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Rema-Rema - Fond Reflections

Until now, Rema-Rema’s only release was a 12-inch EP released in August 1980. It had hit shops after the band fell apart at the end of the...

Blood Knot, Orange Tree Theatre review - defining apartheid-...

London's impromptu mini-season devoted to the work of Athol Fugard picks up real steam with Blood Knot, Matthew Xia's transfixing take on...

Vasari Singers, Backhouse, St Bride’s Fleet Street review -...

London performances of Alfred Schnittke’s Concerto for Choir are like Meaningful Votes: you wait a long time for one, then they come in...

The Best Films Out Now

There are films to meet every taste in theartsdesk's guide to the best movies currently on release. In our considered opinion, any of the titles...

CD: Edwyn Collins - Badbea

Edwyn Collins is in a good mood. Perhaps it’s his 2014 move back to his native...

Pose, BBC Two review - transgender goes mainstream

NYC, 1987. AIDS is ravaging the city, Reagan’s in power,...

Minding the Gap review – profound musings on life

Where would you go for a devastating study on the human condition? The home ...