sat 18/05/2024

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 2023 reviews: Ed Byrne / Fiona Allen / Kieran Hodgson

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Urooj Ashfaq, Soho Theatre review - assured UK debut by Mumbai stand-up

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Josh Pugh Live at Birmingham Town Hall review - observational gags with a touch of the surreal

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Amy Schumer, Netflix Special review - New York smarts about being a fortysomething

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John Kearns, Brighton Komedia review - Van Gogh, joining the circus and pooey nappies

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Phil Wang, RFH review - smut and smarts

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Hannah Gadsby, Netflix special review - shaggy dog story of marital bliss

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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow, Touring review - Bogies, bottoms and other childish fun

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Emmanuel Sonubi, ArtsDepot review - confessions of a former bouncer

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Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial, Ambassadors Theatre review - courtroom drama hits the back of the net

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Chris Rock, Netflix special review - no holds barred on the Oscars slap

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Crybabies, Soho Theatre review - sharp sci-fi spoof

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Bridget Christie, The Haymarket, Basingstoke review - making the menopause funny

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Ricky Gervais, BIC review - nudging the boundaries again

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What's Love Got to Do With It? review - Jemima Khan's feelgood romcom

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'Weird Al' Yankovic, London Palladium review - deep dive into his original songs

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Bavouzet, Manchester Camerata, Takács-Nagy, Stoller Hall, Ma...

There’s a sense of cheerful abandon about Manchester Camerata’s ...

Album: Barry Adamson - Cut to Black

Always looking dapper and always sounding cool, Barry Adamson is a man who nevertheless seems to be perpetually of another time. Giving off the...

Carmen, Glyndebourne review - total musical fusion

It’s what you dream of in opera but don’t often get: singers feeling free and liberated to give their best after weeks of preparation with a...

The Great Escape Festival 2024, Brighton review - a dip into...

Before reviewing The Great Escape, we must first deal with the elephant in the room. Or, in this case, the room that’s crushing the elephant, like...

Fawlty Towers: The Play, Apollo Theatre review - lightning s...

There are many definitions of bravery, and taking on the challenge of embodying John Cleese as Basil Fawlty in Cleese’s own stage...

Laufey, Royal Albert Hall review - fans in heaven

In many ways, Laufey’s emotionally charged, sold-out...

Bermondsey Tales: Fall of the Roman Empire review - dirty de...

What with the likes of Sexy Beast, Layer Cake, The Hatton Garden Job and the oeuvre of Guy Ritchie, the...

Album: Billie Eilish - Hit Me Hard and Soft

So Billie Eilish’s new album has had its worldwide midnight release,...

Dunedin Consort, Mulroy, Wigmore Hall review - songs of love...

The sixteen voices of the Dunedin Consort raided the large store of music inspired by the Song of Songs and the sonnets of Petrarch in a sensual...

People, Places and Things, Trafalgar Theatre review - a scin...

It’s unusual for a play to be revived with its original director and star, let alone a decade after they premiered the piece. But here we are,...