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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

God's Dice, Soho Theatre review - overlong and overblown

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Ben Elton, Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall review - magnificent return to stand-up

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Lenny Henry, Watford Colosseum review - enjoyable evening with genial host

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Hannah Gadsby, Royal Festival Hall review - simply magnificent

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The Watsons, Menier Chocolate Factory review - Laura Wade's inventive new play

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Eddie Izzard, Brighton Dome review - splendidly surreal storytelling

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Ed Byrne, Berry Theatre, Hedge End review - musing on middle-age angst

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Count Arthur Strong, Leeds City Varieties review - stargazing and mangled syntax

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Brydon, Mack and Mitchell, Portsmouth Guildhall review - family-friendly fun

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Sofie Hagen, Soho Theatre review - sex weekend in Swansea, anyone?

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The Capture, BBC One review - gripping drama about the surveillance society

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High Society: Cannabis Café, Channel 4 review - pointless investigation into drug-taking

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Bartholomew Fair, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse review - Jonson's chaotic slice of 17th-century life

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Fleabag, Wyndham's Theatre review - superb swansong for modern classic

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Sink or Swim, Channel 4 review - the Channel awaits for these celebrities

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The Affair series 5, Sky Atlantic review - a new cast member adds intrigue

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Fanny and Stella, Garden Theatre review - a saucy slice of q...

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Cuba: Castro vs the World, BBC Two - turbulent life and time...

During World War Two, President Franklin D Roosevelt described the USA as “the arsenal of democracy”. Only a couple of decades later, Fidel Castro...

The Telephone, Scottish Opera/Cargill, RSNO, Søndergård, Edi...

Lockdown, perhaps more than any other time, has amplified how ...

New Music Unlocked 5: Biffy Clyro, Rave the Vote, Little Sim...

Although Metallica are screening a freshly recorded concert across America’s drive-in cinemas at the end of the month, we’re no nearer to actual...

Album: James Dean Bradfield - Even In Exile

One of the most evocative tracks on James Dean Bradfield’s second solo album is hardly his at all. The Manic Street Preacher takes “La...

Matt Haig: The Midnight Library review - an uplifting modern...

TW: This article discusses suicide, suicidal ideation, antidepressants and self-harm 

We first meet Nora Seed, “nineteen years before...

The Adulterer, Channel 4 review - atmospheric, addictive and...

It has taken a good half decade for the Dutch series ...

Blindness, Donmar Warehouse review - a beautifully haunting...

Wowee! Twenty weeks after the last time I set foot in a theatre, I...

Album: Tanya Donelly and The Parkington Sisters

It’s exciting to come to an album with no preconceptions and no context and find you fall immediately in love with it. Tanya Donelly is probably...