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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

Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Jordan Brookes/ Catherine Cohen

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: The Red/ Gone Full Havisham

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Alun Cochrane/ Sarah Keyworth/ Glenn Moore/ Sophie Duker

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Catherine Bohart / Matt Parker / Nigel Ng / Zoë Coombs Marr

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Phil Wang/ London Hughes/ Jack Gleadow/ Mr. Thing

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Joanne McNally/ The Crown Dual/ Maisie Adam/ James McNicholas/ Titania McGrath

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Edinburgh Fringe reviews 2019: On the Other Hand, We're Happy / Daughterhood / The Shark Is Broken

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Clive Anderson / Goodbear

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Nick Helm/ Just These Please/ Anna Drezen

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Josie Long / Snort / Sara Barron

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Ciaran Dowd/ Tom Parry/ Suzi Ruffell, Pleasance Courtyard

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Who Do You Think You Are? - Naomie Harris, BBC One review - shocks old and new

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k.d.lang, Brighton Dome review - superb revival of classic album

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Robin Ince, Soho Theatre review - fun among the chaos

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Jerry Seinfeld, Eventim Apollo review - slick and smart but curiously soulless

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Arthur Smith, Soho Theatre review - charming tribute to his father

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

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