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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

Seann Walsh, Broadway, Letchworth Garden City review - Strictly's bad boy tells his story

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Reginald D Hunter, Princes Hall Aldershot review - underpowered but the laughs come through

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Mark Thomas, BAC review - impassioned polemic about the NHS

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Britney, Soho Theatre review - finding the funny in a brain tumour

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Tommy Tiernan, Shepherd's Bush Empire review - playful and poetic

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Angela Barnes, Blackheath Halls review - a pessimist turning the tables

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Aziz Ansari, Eventim Apollo review - show follows his #MeToo moment

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Mo Amer and Guz Khan, Leicester Square Theatre review - racism examined from both sides of the Atlantic

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Showbands, BBC Four review - an Irish cultural phenomenon explained

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Ed Gamble, The Stand review - amiable hour touching on personal issues

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Angry Alan, Soho Theatre review - superb monologue about the rise of 'meninism'

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Fleabag, Series 2 review - a standing ovation

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Lou Sanders, Soho Theatre review - shame put under the spotlight

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Cyprus Avenue, Royal Court Theatre review - Stephen Rea is utterly compelling

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Sheeps, Soho Theatre review - sketch comedy with a touch of the surreal

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Adam Riches Is The Guy Who..., Drink, Shop & Do review - super-suave Lothario on the prowl

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4/4, Royal Opera review – desire, loss and lunacy in four su...

Think you’ve seen enough of monologues and duets over the past few months? Watch this and reel. Four British directors, four conductors with close...

Ronnie's review – fascinating story of the fabled Soho...

Ronnie Scott was a remarkable man: “Jazz Musician, Club Proprietor, Raconteur and Wit, he was the leader of our generation,” reads the memorial to...

Stephen Kovacevich, Wigmore Hall review - a sublime birthday...

What do you want to do on your 80th birthday? Well, playing two of your favourite pieces of music at the...

Daniel Saldaña Paris: Ramifications review – chaos reigns in...

The majority of Daniel Saldaña París’s latest novel spurs from a single act, committed during the height of summer, in...