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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

The Other One, BBC One review - entertaining odd-couple sitcom

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Days of the Bagnold Summer review - wry suburban drama

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Space Force, Netflix review - fails to launch

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Desiree Burch, Soho Theatre On Demand review - fantastical storytelling

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The Understudy online review - entertaining adaptation of David Nicholls' novel

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Lockdown Comedy 2: where to get your laughs this week

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In Search of Greatness review - Gabe Polsky's absorbing sports documentary

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Jerry Seinfeld, Netflix review - not bad for a swansong

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Isolation Song Contest review - a fun alternative to Eurovision

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Lockdown Comedy 1: where to get your laughs this week

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After Life series 2, Netflix review - Ricky Gervais's study of bereavement continues

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Aditi Mittal, Soho Theatre On Demand review - cows, mothers and fempowerment

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The Host review - implausible suspense thriller

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Simon Amstell, Netflix review - wisdom and wisecracks

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Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? review - documentary about Springsteen's saxophonist

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Rachel Fairburn, Go Faster Stripe review - smart and subtle gags

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Christian Gerhaher, Gerold Huber, Wigmore Hall review - mute...

There is no mistaking Christian Gerhaher. His voice is a light, agile baritone, and it is utterly distinctive. He is a very verbal singer, and is...

Neil Young: Harvest Time review - a thrillingly intimate fly...

“You’re filmin’ a movie or something – can you explain this?” the radio DJ turns to Neil Young, a laugh underpinning his question and setting the...

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

There are conductors, and then again there are...

Album: Leftfield - This Is What We Do

This Is What We Do is only Leftfield’s fourth album in a career that has lasted almost 35 years (on and off). But if there is a...

Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Harry Baker, Noisenight 13, Jazz Cafe...

The elation in the queue was palpable as people stood laughing and chatting in the November cold waiting for the doors of the Jazz Café to open...

Arms and the Man, Orange Tree Theatre review - a rollicking...

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Justin Adams & Mohamed Errebbaa, The Jam Jar, Bristol re...

Justin Adams has been exploring music that produces trance or near-trance states for a number of years. Along with being Robert Plant’s lead...

theartsdesk Radio Show 34 - with post-punk visionary Lu Edmo...

Welcome to the latest edition of Peter Culshaw’s occasional radio show, which normally has a global music focus. This week’s guest for...

Park Jiha, Stone Nest, K-Music - timeless evocative East-Wes...

Even those with the most tangential connection to pop music will be aware that K-Pop is all conquering, and the likes of BTS and BlackPink are on...

Blu-ray: Son of the White Mare

Son of the White Mare (Fehérlófia), a 1981 Hungarian...