Reviews

The Greatest Liar in All the World

at The VaultsFive.

Once there was a wooden boy.

Life Forces

at Exeter Phoenix

The body never forgets.

Coolatully

at Finborough TheatreFour.

Washed pale in the rain.

The Collector

at Arcola TheatreFive.

The abuse of power.

Go See

at King's Head TheatreThree.

A threnody to dividedness.

solo[solo]

at Bristol Old VicTwo.

The surveillance of the population.

Fox Symphony

at Camden People's Theatre

Identity’s a funny thing.


Features

Something Other

A serious of open-end questions: Mary Paterson introduces research project Something Other.

An Exeunt Who-alogue

Our writers have Opinions - lots of Opinions - about the latest series of Doctor Who

Village Halls, Village Voices

Pentabus take Rory Mullarkey's World War One play, Each Slow Dusk, on a rural tour.

Be Our Guest

Shared communal memory: William Drew visits the Peak District on a village hall tour with New Perspectives.

Something from Nothing

Barrel Organ discuss unpredictability and the evolution of their debut show, Nothing.


Latest Podcast

The Faraway Tree: Nicki Hobday

Daniel Bye speaks to theatre maker and performer Nicki Hobday, who’s recently worked with Forced Entertainment, Michael Pinchbeck and 30Bird. They talk about Manchester’s making communities, about making your own work as compared to appearing in that of others, and about ambition and career “ladders”.

From Our Archives

The Point of Convergence

Es Devlin on the creation of worlds and the Olympic Closing Ceremony.

The Big Tease

Immodesty Blaize on the battle to bring burlesque into the mainstream.

The Drowned Man: Playing the Game

A conversation about Punchdrunk, gaming and spectatorship.