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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

John Bishop, O2 review - Everyman comedy with a hint of subversion

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Kerry Godliman, Touring review - affable and down-to-earth humour

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A Woman of No Importance, Vaudeville - Eve Best is superb as a woman scorned

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Mat Ewins, Soho Theatre review - multimedia show with twists in the tale

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Ahir Shah, Soho Theatre - a bravura response to Brexit vote

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Mae Martin, Soho Theatre review - life is a drug

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Richard III review - Temple Church venue is the star of the show

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 reviews: Ingrid Oliver / Darren Harriott / Jayde Adams

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 reviews: Hannah Gadsby / Suzi Ruffell / Ivo Graham / Athena Kugblenu

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 reviews: Tom Allen / Cally Beaton / Lauren Pattison / Trumpageddon

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 reviews: Kiri Pritchard-McLean / Dad's Army Radio Hour / Elliot Steel

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 reviews: Tiff Stevenson / Jarlath Regan / Urzila Carlson

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Russell Brand, Touring review - grandiloquent performer in reflective mood

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Tristan & Yseult, Brighton Festival review - playful and inventive storytelling

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A Time to Live, BBC Two review - an exquisite legacy

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Manwatching, Royal Court review - the vagina manologues

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The Night of the Iguana, Noël Coward Theatre review - Clive...

One of the glories of contemporary London theatre is its revivals of classic American drama. Year after year, audiences are able to revisit and...

The Day We Walked on the Moon, ITV review - it was 50 years...

It was on 16 July 1969 that Apollo 11 lifted off from Florida en route for the Moon, and exactly 50 years later, as we nervously anticipate the...

Inside the Social Network: Facebook's Difficult Year, B...

Not everybody is on Facebook, yet. So far, Mark Zuckerberg’s social media monolith has only managed to scrape together about 2.3 billion users,...

Equus, Trafalgar Studios review - passionate intensity

When he gave Martin Dysart, the troubled psychiatrist protagonist of Equus, a line in which he speaks about “moments of experience” being...

Elbow and New Order, Lucca Summer Festival review – a meetin...

Thirty-three years ago, at Manchester's Festival of the Tenth Summer, I fumed that New Order had been given top billing over The...

Whitewash, Soho Theatre review - a wild-at-heart linguistic...

This witty street-smart play about a white-skinned...

CD: Sum 41 - Order In Decline

Sum 41 were one of those light-weight punk-ish bands in unfeasibly...

Django Bates Belovèd Trio, Evan Parker, Wigmore Hall review...

"Genius" is a word to be used sparingly, but Django Bates surely is one. “A musical polymath and prodigiously gifted composer” went the citation...

Don Giovanni, Longborough Festival Opera review - Mozart in...

One of the features of the converted barn that forms the theatre at Longborough is a trio of statues that tops the front pediment of the building...