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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

Shaparak Khorsandi, touring review - sex, drugs and rock'n'roll

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The Lost City review - terrific odd-couple comedy

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String v SPITTA, Soho Theatre review - rival children's entertainers battle it out

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Katherine Ryan, London Palladium review - a softer comic emerges

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Catherine Bohart, Soho Theatre review - anatomy of a break-up

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Bloody Difficult Women, Riverside Studios review - political drama

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Sarah Millican, Winter Gardens, Margate review - enjoyable filth

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Marry Me review - Jennifer Lopez vehicle delivers

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Death on the Nile review - Kenneth Branagh flounders again as Poirot

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Matt Forde: The Political Party review - topical stand-up and chat

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Nish Kumar, Soho Theatre review - how a bad gig turned into a terrific show

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Alan Carr, Milton Keynes Theatre review - comic keeps it relentlessly light

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Russell Howard, Netflix special review - joyous return to live performance

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Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Birmingham Hippodrome review - Jason Donovan makes his panto debut

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One-Woman Show review - Liz Kingsman's spot-on spoof

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The Apprentice, Series 16, BBC One review - will they never learn?

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BBC National Chorus of Wales, BBC NOW, Jeannin, BBC Hoddinot...

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Album: Leftfield - This Is What We Do

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Blu-ray: Son of the White Mare

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