J.K. Rowling is bringing a new wizarding play to the West End. Five Exeunt reviewers have read the tea leaves, cast the runes, and surveyed the entrails to make some wild guesses at what it’ll be like. NSFW, sorry.
Five writers talk ridiculous sex scenes, queer invisibility, and heartbreak in response to the Lyric Hammersmith’s musical adaptation of Sarah Waters’ novel.
As Reece Shearsmith takes to the stage at the Royal Court, Exeunt looks back at his and Steve Pemberton’s uncanny anthology series.
We consider which plays would make it into our own personal canon.
We spill our guts on colds, numb bums, Berocca addictions, and performances to set pulses racing.
Our guide to the sights, sounds and smells of Edinburgh’s fly-by-night performance spaces.
Work by Tim Crouch and Greg Wohead features in this week’s theatre top five.
Live-written responses to Forced Entertainment’s Table Top Shakespeare.
This week’s theatre top 5 includes the Almeida’s soaring Greek Tragedy and the National’s Motherfucker.
Our tips this week include an elegiac play about football (and This is How We Die).
Perhaps unsurprisingly Robert Icke’s astonishing Oresteia tops this week’s Exeunt picks.
This week’s picks include shows at Soho and the National – and plenty of jism.
In the first in what will be a regular series, Exeunt picks its Top 5 shows of the week.
A look ahead at the New Diorama’s ten-day festival of work by emerging companies.
As Secret Theatre reaches its Grand Finale, Exeunt’s writers look back at the highs, the lows & the legacy.