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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 2022 reviews: Sara Barron / Jayde Adams / Sophie Duker

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Afghanistan Is Not Funny / Yippee Ki Yay / Eh Up, Me Old Flowers!

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Kiri Pritchard-McLean / Lou Sanders / Snort

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Colin Hoult / Nick Helm / Susie McCabe

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder! / Hiya Dolly!

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Les Dawson: Flying High / Boris III

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Tiff Stevenson / Seann Walsh / Rosie Holt

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Sikisa, Soho Theatre review - a confident debut

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McEnroe review - documentary about the original bad boy of tennis

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Joe Lycett, Eventim Apollo review - prankster goes long-form

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Ricky Gervais, SuperNature, Netflix review - a provocateur at work

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Andy Zaltzman, Soho Theatre review - satire on the hoof

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Brandon Wardell, Soho Theatre review - US comic wings it

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Stratagem With Alan Partridge, touring review - he's back as a lifestyle guru

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Barry & Joan review - quirky documentary about two vaudevillians

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Chivalry, Channel 4 review - Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani's sharp Hollywood satire

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