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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

Showbands, BBC Four review - an Irish cultural phenomenon explained

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Ed Gamble, The Stand review - amiable hour touching on personal issues

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Angry Alan, Soho Theatre review - superb monologue about the rise of 'meninism'

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Fleabag, Series 2 review - a standing ovation

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Lou Sanders, Soho Theatre review - shame put under the spotlight

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Cyprus Avenue, Royal Court Theatre review - Stephen Rea is utterly compelling

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Sheeps, Soho Theatre review - sketch comedy with a touch of the surreal

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Adam Riches Is The Guy Who..., Drink, Shop & Do review - super-suave Lothario on the prowl

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Lost Voice Guy, Soho Theatre review - Britain's Got Talent winner finds the funny in disability

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When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other, Dorfman Theatre review - Cate Blanchett's underwhelming debut at the National

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Daniel Sloss, Leicester Square Theatre review - toxic masculinity examined

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James Acaster, Phoenix Theatre review - a masterclass in comedy

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Leicester Comedy Festival Gala Preview Show review - an entertaining mixed bag

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Catastrophe, Series 4, Channel 4 review - final series starts strongly

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The Catherine Tate Show Live, Wyndham's Theatre review - sketch show favourites on stage

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Best of 2018: Comedy

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

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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...

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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

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