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Veronica Lee

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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

Brydon, Mack and Mitchell, Portsmouth Guildhall review - family-friendly fun

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Sofie Hagen, Soho Theatre review - sex weekend in Swansea, anyone?

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The Capture, BBC One review - gripping drama about the surveillance society

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High Society: Cannabis Café, Channel 4 review - pointless investigation into drug-taking

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Bartholomew Fair, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse review - Jonson's chaotic slice of 17th-century life

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Fleabag, Wyndham's Theatre review - superb swansong for modern classic

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Sink or Swim, Channel 4 review - the Channel awaits for these celebrities

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The Affair series 5, Sky Atlantic review - a new cast member adds intrigue

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Jordan Brookes/ Catherine Cohen

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: The Red/ Gone Full Havisham

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Alun Cochrane/ Sarah Keyworth/ Glenn Moore/ Sophie Duker

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Catherine Bohart / Matt Parker / Nigel Ng / Zoë Coombs Marr

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Phil Wang/ London Hughes/ Jack Gleadow/ Mr. Thing

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Joanne McNally/ The Crown Dual/ Maisie Adam/ James McNicholas/ Titania McGrath

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Edinburgh Fringe reviews 2019: On the Other Hand, We're Happy / Daughterhood / The Shark Is Broken

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Clive Anderson / Goodbear

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