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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

Some Kind of Heaven review - a Florida retirement community yields its secrets

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Mark Watson's Carpool Comedy Club, the Hop Farm review - strong kick-off to 2021 live comedy

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Comedy podcasts round-up 5: politics, relationships and spoofery

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The Importance of Being Earnest online review - Oscar Wilde updated for the Nando's generation

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Citizen Lane review - fascinating dramadoc about Irish arts benefactor

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Loyiso Gola, Netflix review - South African muses on race, religion and friendship

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Working From Home online review - Johnny Vegas and Jason Byrne in a strong line-up

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Comedy podcasts round-up 4: plus a vodcast and some retro audio

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Chinese Arts Now Festival review - comedy of the diaspora

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Coming 2 America review - Eddie Murphy returns as African Prince Akeem

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Stand Up and Deliver, Channel 4 review - how to make a comic

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Rachel Parris and Marcus Brigstocke's Tuesday Night Club review - daft and good-hearted

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First Night Funnies, Leicester Comedy Festival review - uneven start to 2021's online gathering

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Comedy podcasts round-up 3: from home and abroad

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Back, Channel 4 review - return of sibling-rivalry comedy with Mitchell and Webb

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Dick Whittington, National Theatre at Home review - colourful and amiable entertainment

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