Alice Saville writes on how coronavirus offers theatre an opportunity to rethink what ‘being in a room together’ really means.
Alice Saville makes a big, huge attempt to appreciate the joys of the Julia Roberts flick-turned-heteronormative musical fantasy.
With both ‘Far Away’ and ‘A Number’ on in London, now’s your moment to develop a Caryl Churchill obsession. Alice Saville writes on two plays that are designed to mesmerise.
Mirror, mirror: Alice Saville reflects on Sergio Blanco’s cool look at narcissism and murderous urges.
“relentlessly forwards forwards forwards”: Alice Saville writes on Alistair McDowall’s warpspeed cradle-to-grave monologue, as performed by Kate Flynn.
Tasmania’s triumphantly weird arts festival lures in audiences with magic, sweat and glitter.
As plans are taking shape for 2022’s £120m post-Brexit arts extravaganza, here are some more outward-looking ways to mark Britain’s exit from the EU.
Oh no, this list doesn’t include any pantos – but there are plenty of other wintry delights in Exeunt’s UK-wide tips on what to see this December.
Alice Saville writes on how ideas of expertise are used to define who gets to have an opinion on theatre.
Endless spirals: Alice Saville writes on the looping, time-bending world of Annie Baker’s interrogation of storytelling.
A lovesong in the dark: Alice Saville writes on the mystical magic of Norway’s biannual performance festival.
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.
Drip, drip, drip: Alice Saville writes on Sabrina Mahfouz’s slow-building deluge of a show.
A guide to October’s chaotic flurry of performance, dance, and theatre.
“A meta review of a metatheatrical play? Are you quite sure that’s wise?” Alice Saville writes an Austen-inspired response to Laura Wade’s Regency romp.