Catherine Love News & Comment Editor

Catherine Love

Catherine is a recent English graduate who splits her time between a part-time job in the magazine industry and writing about theatre as much as humanly possible. She nurtured an early love of theatre through school plays and youth amateur dramatic productions, but soon realised that she was better off in the stalls than on the stage. As well as Exeunt, Catherine writes for online publications such as Spoonfed and What's On Stage and regularly contributes to her own theatre blog. Other than theatre, she is also a big fan of classic literature, art galleries, Twitter and tea.


Change My Mind

Leo Kay on his new performance project and ways of creating positive change.

Traces of tenderness.

Beyond Caring

at The Yard Theatre

Quietly devastating.

Mr Burns - 2 resized for web- by Manuel Harlan

Stories About Stories

On the role of storytelling in Mr Burns, Idomeneus and Adler & Gibb.

Submerged violence.

The Ted Bundy Project

at Ovalhouse

Morbid fascination.

Cultural memory as mash-up. Photo: Manuel Harlan.

Mr Burns

at Almeida TheatreFour.

Post-apocalyptic Chinese whispers.

Community, Hope and Transcendence

Catherine Love and Dan Hutton visit the rehearsal room at the Lyric Hammersmith to chat Secret Theatre Show 5 with performer Nadia Albina and dramaturg Joel Horwood.

Under pressure.


at New Diorama Theatre

Chinese whispers.

Fickle passions. Photo: Mike Hoban.

Così Fan Tutte

at London ColiseumFour.

All the fun of the fair.

Photo: Tristram Kenton.


at London ColiseumThree.

Sophocles reshuffled.


Embrace the Problem

Duncan Macmillan on collaboration, adapting 1984, and Every Brilliant Thing.

1/21/2013 - New York, New York. Obie award winner Rachel Chavkin photographed at the New York Times studio in New York. Chad Batka for The New York Times.

Riding the Elephant

Rachel Chavkin on The TEAM, Catch 22 and the appeal of British theatre culture.

A Royal mess. Photo: Johan Persson.

King Charles III

at Almeida TheatreFour.

Looking backwards, looking forwards.

Sisters three. Photo: Annabel Vere

Three Sisters

at Southwark PlayhouseThree.

Anya Reiss returns to Chekhov.