Reviews

DEparture Lounge: Day 1

at Derby Theatre

New work by Theatre Re and the Sleeping Trees.

Richard II

at Globe TheatreFour.

Intensely political.


Features

Jonathan Holloway: “We’d been doing the same thing for a long, long time.”

The founder of Red Shift talks life after touring, Hong Kong, and his radical new adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde.

The Frontier Trilogy: Cinematic Theatre

Jethro Compton steers us through the creative process behind his site-specific trio of Old West plays.

How Do You Review Street Art?

Winchester young critic Beth Iredale on Hat Fair, the city's festival of street performance.

Alex Clifton: “There’s a cultural fantasy that actors are egotists, and that’s total crap.”

The Chester Performs director stresses generosity, gender parity, and infinite theatre.

A Lot of Latitude: Free-Range Theatre and Performance

Field encounters with Kneehigh, Forest Fringe, Sabrina Mahfouz, Action Hero and more.


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Pursued By A Bear Episode 4: Uncaused Effects

In association with Nick Hern Books. Visit www.nickhernbooks.co.uk/exeunt for exclusive discounts on books by many of the playwrights featured in this podcast. This month we talk to nine playwrights at various stages of their career and at different points of the writing process. We discuss all aspects of playwriting, from initial sparks of thought to page and, finally, to […]

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