sat 26/09/2020

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

The Cheeky Chappie, The Warren Outdoors review - entertaining drama about risqué comic Max Miller

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Picnic at the Castle review - entertaining mixed bill

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One Enchanted Evening, Glastonbury Abbey review - concert of West End show tunes

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Mixed bill, 21Soho review - opening of new club is cause for celebration

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The Warren Outdoor Season, Brighton review - creatives take to the beach

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Mandy, BBC2 review - Diane Morgan's new creation

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The New Normal, Royal Victoria Patriotic Building review - strong mixed bill

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John Cleese, livestream from Cadogan Hall review - abandon all hope, says the former Python

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Comedy in the Courtyard, BAC review - al fresco gags

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Mark Watson's Carpool Comedy Club, Hever Castle review - mixed bill with gags and gourmet food

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Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain, Northampton Saints review - history made funny

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Car Park Comedy, Henley review - Comedy Store's mixed bill

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@TheDriveIn, Blackheath review - comedy and car-aoke

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Dom Joly / Daniel Sloss, Brent Cross reviews - UK's first drive-in comedy shows

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The Other One, BBC One review - entertaining odd-couple sitcom

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Days of the Bagnold Summer review - wry suburban drama

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