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Review: Nosedive by SUPERFAN, at Barbican

Trying to fly: Eve Allin writes on SUPERFAN's circus performance for adults and children.

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Kosovo Theatre Showcase

Holly Williams encounters the "stories of a fledgling nation" at an intensely political festival of theatre from across Kosovo.

8 November


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Review: Shook at Southwark Playhouse

'Political theatre at its finest': JN Benjamin writes on Samuel Bailey's exploration of empathy, set in a young offenders' institution.

8 November

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Review: The Taming of the Shrew at Barbican

"A surface-level solution":Amy Borsuk finds that a gender-swap doesn't fix the problems posed by Shakespeare's play.

8 November

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Review: The Antipodes at National Theatre

Endless spirals: Alice Saville writes on the looping, time-bending world of Annie Baker's interrogation of storytelling.

6 November

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Review: The Little Prince at The Edge, Bath

Cartoon magic: Lilith Wozniak reviews Protein Dance's 'playful and joyous' adaptation of the much-loved book.

6 November

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Exeunt recommends: November 2019

Queer renaissance musicals, affectionate plants and Bryony Kimmings on tour; here are Exeunt's UK-wide tips on what to see this November.

Migrants in Culture

Climates of Hostility: A Migrants in Culture Roundtable

In this roundtable, members of Migrants in Culture discuss the impact of the Hostile Environment, and why it's time for the arts sector to act.

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Meteor Festival, Bergen

A lovesong in the dark: Alice Saville writes on the mystical magic of Norway's biannual performance festival.

Rachel Porter

The Ickiness of Marketing Your Art

Figs in Wigs' Rachel Porter talks about the underacknowledged awkwardness of selling theatre – especially when it's on the weirder end of the spectrum.

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Review: High Fidelity at The Turbine Theatre

'The plot has aged like milk': Ava Wong Davies creates a mixtape review in response to the musical adaptation of Nick Hornby's novel about an 'insufferable music snob'.

4 November

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Review: When The Crows Visit at Kiln Theatre

Toxic legacies: Verity Healey writes on cycles of gendered violence in Anupama Chandrasekhar's reimagining of Ibsen's Ghosts.

3 November

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Review: Germ Free Adolescent at the Bunker

Pass it on: Lily Levinson writes on Natalie Mitchell's kind-hearted play about OCD and teen relationships.

1 November

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Review: Alex and Eliza at Northern Stage

Life story: Tracey Sinclair writes on Umar Butt's charming, personal show about his grandmother's life, set during the Partition of India.

31 October


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Setting the Story Straight on Trigger Warnings

Ahead of CPT's Handle With Care Festival, Kaya Stanley-Money writes on how venues are approaching the heated conversation around trigger warnings.


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Fierce Festival 2019

Dive into the unknown: Ben Kulvichit live blogs his journey through 2019's Fierce Festival.


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Metatheatricality as a Feminist Act

Sorry not sorry: Alice Saville writes on a spate of female playwrights who are breaking form and pulling back the curtain on gendered power structures.


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Old Vic’s Gender Neutral Toilets: A Dialogue

"I am considered a debate topic, and I have learned not to flinch": Jess Rahman-González and Oli Isaac discuss the emotional impact of the backlash against the Old Vic's trans inclusive toilets.


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