A first look at Exeunt’s second zine, Rites of Spring, plus info on how to get a copy.
When reality’s a bit much…it’s time to take a trip. Here are some hypothetical shows from the wildest imaginings of Exeunt’s writers.
We pick the best new and returning shows to see over the next fortnight, based on our writers’ recommendations.
We pick the best new and returning shows to see this week, based on our writers’ recommendations.
Shakespeare fans, rejoice! You can watch Cheek By Jowl’s inventive take on The Winter’s Tale for free in this livestream, hosted by Exeunt until 7th May.
Introducing Ifeyinwa Frederick and Aniqah Choudhri, the joint winners of our call-out for a new black or minority ethnic columnist.
As yet another white man is hired to the most prestigious job in US theatre criticism, Exeunt’s New York writers ask when the conversation will really change.
More than ever, we need mainstream voices like Lyn Gardner to champion forward-looking, experimental, and truly national theatre. Please sign and share our petition to The Guardian.
After the furore over a very public dialogue about the New York Times review of Big River, Exeunt’s writers debate whether and how theatremakers should respond to reviews.
Exeunt is recruiting a paid black or minority ethnic columnist, to help widen the conversation around theatre. Read on for more details.
The New York critics name the 2016 shows that will linger in their minds well into 2017.
Icke, Rice, light-up trainers and malfunctioning spaceships: we’ve seen it all this year. Here are Exeunt’s favourite London shows of 2016, as chosen by collective vote.
From fetish pageant Wagner to amateur folk musicians, Exeunt’s critics nominate their favourite regional shows of 2016 in celebration of theatre staged outside of London.
Overwhelming levels of Hamil-hype have surrounded Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Founding Fathers musical since it opened Off-Broadway. Exeunt’s New York team debate how the Hamilton phenomenon influences their relationship with the show – and how, as it opens in London, its story has renewed political bite.
The Edinburgh Festival is over, and if you’re reading this you’ve survived, more or less intact. Here’s an excuse to relive its euphoric highs and darkest lows, through the medium of our very fringiest stories, tweets, and photos.