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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

Noises Off, Lyric Hammersmith review - farce doesn't catch fire

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Mum, Series 3 finale, BBC Two review - superb comedy bows out

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Frank Skinner, Leicester Square Theatre - mixing some acid with the charm

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CD: Madonna - Madame X

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Spice Girls, Croke Park, Dublin review - uncomplicated fun

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Emily Atack, Clapham Grand review - I'm a Celebrity... star's first solo show

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John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection review - a fascinating oddity

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Al Murray as the Pub Landlord, Embassy Theatre Skegness review - comic pulls his punches

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Seann Walsh, Broadway, Letchworth Garden City review - Strictly's bad boy tells his story

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Reginald D Hunter, Princes Hall Aldershot review - underpowered but the laughs come through

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Mark Thomas, BAC review - impassioned polemic about the NHS

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Britney, Soho Theatre review - finding the funny in a brain tumour

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Tommy Tiernan, Shepherd's Bush Empire review - playful and poetic

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Angela Barnes, Blackheath Halls review - a pessimist turning the tables

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Aziz Ansari, Eventim Apollo review - show follows his #MeToo moment

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Mo Amer and Guz Khan, Leicester Square Theatre review - racism examined from both sides of the Atlantic

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

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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...

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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...