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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

Ed Byrne, Touring review - the perils of modern fatherhood

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Home From Home, BBC One review - Johnny Vegas as everyman hero

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Funny Cow review - Maxine Peake is stellar

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Angela Barnes, Soho Theatre review - history with great gags

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Daliso Chaponda, Touring review - uneven but entertaining

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Quiz, Noël Coward Theatre, review - entertaining confection

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Isle of Dogs review - canine caper with a message

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Simon Evans, Soho Theatre review - intellect examined

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Craig Hill, Glasgow International Comedy Festival review - sweary and filthy fun

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Mom and Dad review - daft and dark zombie thriller

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Fern Brady, Soho Theatre review - opinions with raw edge

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Rose Matafeo, Soho Theatre review - sassy and she knows it

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Hannah Gadsby, Soho Theatre review - misogyny explored

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Andrew Maxwell, Soho Theatre - insightful political comedy

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Chris Rock, SSE Wembley Arena review - energetic and fast-moving performance

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Leicester Comedy Festival Gala Preview Show - going from strength to strength

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