From loneliness to solidarity: the artist Selina Thompson reflects on her experiences at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
More than a forgotten town? Louise Jones reviews Jackie Hagan's quiet celebration of the people of Skelmersdale.
Poignant depths and comedic shallows: Joy Martin reviews two aquatic tales of loneliness and longing.
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Keep calm and eat Bran Flakes: Rosemary Waugh reviews a new show about anxiety and obsessive thoughts.
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A deliberate toying with dance concepts and histories: Diana Damian Martin discusses the Barbican's Trajal Harrell performance exhibition.
New York collaborative theatre heroes The TEAM are staging 'Primer for a Failed Superpower', a multi-generational pop concert of protest songs. Nicole Serratore sits in on rehearsals.
Figs in Wigs are back at the fringe this week. Here's Rachel Porter on why being part of a non-hierarchical girl gang is the perfect way to survive Edinburgh.
As the dust settles after Edinburgh Fringe's first week, here's what Exeunt's writers have seen and loved.
#RhodesMustFall: Geoff Mills reviews the Baxter Theatre's play about student demonstrations at the University of Cape Town.
A radical reenvisioning: Geoff Mills reviews a stage adaptation of Colm Tóibín's story of Jesus, from Mary's perspective.
From Africa to Scotland, and back again: Rosemary Waugh reviews Jaimini Jethwa's new play about the expulsion of Ugandan-Asians by Idi Amin.
From samba-inspired workshops to dancing naked: Rachel Elderkin reviews a selection of the dance line up at Wilderness 2017.
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Dance in the age of climate change: Diana Damian Martin discusses this year's Ravnedans festival in Norway.
A performative preview: the members of Barrel Organ explore debt, friendship and grief ahead of their Edinburgh Fringe show.
Miriam Gillinson discovers some intriguing beginnings at The Yard's festival of bold, untested new work.