mon 21/05/2018

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

Sarah Kendall, Soho Theatre review - a superb storyteller

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Danny Baker, Touring review - boy, can he talk

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Friday Night Dinner, Channel 4 review - predictable but fun

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Shazia Mirza, Touring review - race and politics examined

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Flo and Joan, Soho Theatre review - sisters in satirical harmony

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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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A Very English Scandal, BBC One review - making a drama out...

There was a time when Hugh Grant was viewed as a thespian one-trick pony, a floppy-haired fop dithering in a state of perpetual romantic confusion...

The Handmaid's Tale, Series 2, Channel 4 review - it...

Not the least startling element of Bishop Michael Curry’s house-rockin’ sermon at the royal nuptials was his quotation from the old spiritual “...

William Trevor: Last Stories review - final intimations

An Irishman who spent more than half a century in London and then Devon, and a prolific writer – nearly 20...

Madama Butterfly, Glyndebourne review - perverse staging, ou...

Puccini’s heroines and the rough treatment he hands out to them have come in for plenty of opprobrium over the years. But just occasionally they...

On Chesil Beach review - perfect playing in a poignant Ian M...

Ian McEwan has said that he decided to adapt his 2007 novel On Chesil Beach for the...

Reissue CDs Weekly: African Scream Contest 2

African Scream Contest 2 opens with a burst of distorted guitar suggesting a parallel-world response to The Chambers...

Clancy Sigal: The London Lover review - a merry prankster...

To readers of newspapers and magazines, the name Clancy Sigal will be very familiar, probably as a film reviewer. Addicted to...

Robbie Thomson XFRMR, Brighton Festival review - lightning s...

The welcome to Glasgow audio-visual artist Robbie Thomson’s...

CD: Caroline Rose - Loner

Loner’s opening track “More of the Same” lyrically tracks being at a party where “everyone’s well dressed with a perfect body and they...