From a strange seaside experience to meta Jane Austen, Exeunt’s writers pick their stand-out shows outside of London.
Exeunt’s London writers choose the shows that they loved, fought for, and couldn’t stop talking about in 2018.
We dreamed a dream: Exeunt’s writers imagine a takeover of London’s creakiest, most storied theatres.
For your entertainment, three Exeunt writers reveal the hidden meanings behind the shorthands that theatre critics fall back on.
Exeunt Darren pays tribute to the terrifying goblin king, John Robertson, at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Exeunt’s writers process their thoughts on Hannah Gadsby’s fiercely emotive farewell to comedy, currently on Netflix.
It’s nearly here: the season of mists and millions of shows. So Exeunt’s writers have chosen a few things they’re looking forward to.
Gob Squad, Translations, and Maxine Peake inside a giant revolving mudheap: here are the shows you wouldn’t want to miss over the next fortnight.
As Karen Finley’s new show ‘Unicorn Gratitude Mystery’ comes to Femmetopia, she talks to the queer festival’s co-curator about American politics, princesses, and activist art.
New Rashdash, Sleepwalk Collective, Scottee, and so many more shows you wouldn’t want to miss over the next fortnight.
A new zine that’s all about sex, nudity and bodies in theatre, available exclusively to members of our Friends Scheme.
Exeunt’s writers pick some shows – from brave experiments to commercial mainstays – that they think deserved a better critical reception.
Exeunt’s writers get together for a cathartic collective airing of their long-harboured, but deeply petty theatre-related gripes.
It’s snowing. Again. But here are some shows our writers think it’s well worth venturing outside for.
PIP and petty crime: Chris Collett reviews a moving double bill at Newcastle’s Elevator Festival.