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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

Frank Skinner, Garrick Theatre review - a masterclass in owning the room

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Leicester Comedy Festival Gala Preview Show, De Montfort Hall review - mixed bag in mixed bill

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Magic Goes Wrong, Vaudeville Theatre review - entertaining spoof

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White House Farm, ITV review - gripping opener of true crime drama

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Best of 2019: Comedy

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Gavin & Stacey Christmas Special, BBC One - a big cwtch from Barry

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Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Alexandra Palace Theatre review - JM Barrie's classic as you have never seen it before

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Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar, Channel 5 review - a diverting melding of fact and fiction

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Goldilocks and the Three Bears, London Palladium review - joyously filthy fun

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Adam Kay, Bloomsbury Theatre review - festive tales from the NHS coalface

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ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition, O2 - one for the supergroup's completists

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Andy Parsons, Stamford Corn Exchange review - politics and the art of persuasion

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Jack Whitehall, O2 Arena - a mix of posh and puerile

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Ivo Graham: The Game of Life, Soho Theatre review - privilege and parenting

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Stewart Lee: Tornado/Snowflake, Leicester Square Theatre review - snark to Sharknado

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Jack Dee, Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage review - now he really is a grumpy old man

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