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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

Pantomime 2021 round-up 2: TV stars in the spotlight

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Best of 2021: Comedy

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Pantomime 2021 round-up 1: a great Dame and two debuts

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Shagged. Married. Annoyed. Live, O2 Arena review - popular podcast lost in translation

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Alfie Brown, Soho Theatre review - a contrarian on great form

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King Richard review - Will Smith gives an affecting performance as Richard Williams

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Ahir Shah, Soho Theatre review - lockdown laid bare

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Iliza Shlesinger, Eventim Apollo review - feminism, the internet - and bras

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Dave Chappelle: The Closer, Netflix review - race and class examined

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Jason Manford, London Palladium review - lockdown laughs and feelgood fun

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Anuvab Pal, Soho Theatre review - Empire and Bollywood collide

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Olga Koch, Soho Theatre review - personal, political and playful

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Dead Ringers Live, London Wonderground review - impressionists on great form

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Edinburgh Fringe 2021: Comedy Allstars, Underbelly review - depleted festival kicks off

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Wonderville, Palace Theatre review - magic and illusion family show

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Bo Burnham: Inside, Netflix review - a masterpiece about lockdown angst

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