exeunt-banner

Reviews

Review: The Snow Queen at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin

Smock Alley Theatre

No tricks up her sleeve: Chris McCormack reviews an underwhelming adaptation of The Snow Queen.

Published Today

Features

Why we need new models for funding theatre criticism

As Exeunt launches its Friends Scheme, Alice Saville discusses why it's time to imagine new ways of funding theatre criticism.

6 December


Reviews

Review: Charming Dick at the Cockpit

Cockpit Theatre

And you even get to shout rude words: Chris White steps inside the wonderful world of adults-only panto.

Published Today

Reviews

Review: The Snow Queen at Bristol Old Vic

Bristol Old Vic

Not your common-or-garden Christmas show: Lucian Waugh reviews Vivienne Franzmann's version of The Snow Queen.

Published Today

the
exeunt
newsletter

Enter your email address below to get an occasional email with Exeunt updates and featured articles.



Reviews

Review: The Witches at the West Yorkshire Playhouse

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Controlled chaos: Adam Bruce reviews David Wood's adaptation of Roald Dahl's The Witches.

Published Today

Reviews

Review: A Murder of Crows at Theatre Upstairs, Dublin

Theatre Upstairs

“Beware of the crows!” Chris McCormack reviews a coming-of-age play containing elements of fairytale.

Published Today

Advertisement

benighted_300x250

Features
Samantha Jayne Williams

“Newness is old-fashioned!” – Battle at the Volksbühne

Berlin's Volksbühne Theatre has been in turmoil since it announced that its new artistic director would be Chris Dercon, outgoing director of London's Tate Modern. Samantha Jayne Williams explores the controversy, and what it says about theatre, modernity, and narratives of resistance.

Maddy Costa

Putting Words In Your Mouth

Maddy Costa discusses Scottee's "vital, uneasy, excoriating, demanding" new work.

Maddy Costa

Xavier de Sousa: “Migrants… were not part of the conversation.”

Maddy Costa talks to Xavier de Sousa about migration, being a host and his new show POST at the Ovalhouse.

Kate Wyver

Rani Moorthy: “No one is writing these characters”

Kate Wyver interviews Rani Moorthy, founder of Rasa Theatre, about her play Whose Sari Now?, a look at the stories of five South asian women, and on how she's fighting for her culture to be heard on stage.

See All Features


the

Latest

Podcast

View All  

Reviews

Review: World Factory at HOME, Manchester

HOME

We don’t just see the ethical conundrums faced by factory owners; we experience them: Catherine Love reviews World Factory.

Published Yesterday

Reviews

Review: Once In A Lifetime at the Young Vic

Young Vic

And that’s the joke. That’s the only joke: Fergus Morgan is emphatically unimpressed with a revival of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's hollywood satire.

Published Yesterday

Reviews

Review: Cinderella at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol

Tobacco Factory

Wonderfully and inappropriately gory: Lucian Waugh reviews the return of Sally Cookson's Cinderella to Bristol.

Published Yesterday

Reviews

Review: Tape at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin

Smock Alley Theatre

Deceptive appearances: Chris McCormack reviews Fregoli's staging of Stephen Belber’s 1999 drama.

Published Yesterday


More Features

23 November
Alice Saville

Paper Trail – Nov 23

A weekly rustle through theatre and performance news, new openings, job opportunities and things to see.


21 November
Kev Berry

Jordan Seavey: “I’m not interested in naturalism”

Kev Berry interviews the writer of 'HOMOS, or Everyone in America' about his work, 'gay leaning', and what makes a writer a writer.


15 November
Joe Charnitski

New York’s Season for Stories

As the long winter nights draw in, Joe Charnitski talks to some of the luminaries of New York's storytelling scene about what makes their community so special.


10 November
Matt Miller

Spoken Word: Making the personal plural

Matt Miller explores the power of spoken word to create collectivity and community, as his solo performance Sticking plays at Newcastle's Alphabetti Theatre.


Advertisement

benighted_300x250