Exeunt’s writers dig deep into Islands, Caroline Horton’s new – and divisive – show at the Bush Theatre.
Our writers discuss Alejandro González Iñárritu’s critic-delighting, critic-bashing new film.
Our writers pick their personal high-points of the past theatre year.
Our writers attempt to unpick why it is that Alistair McDowall’s Pomona has got under everyone’s skin.
Our writers have Opinions – lots of Opinions – about the latest series of Doctor Who
Exeunt’s writers discuss theatre’s most powerful and affecting final scenes.
Troma, SuperTed, sexy rabbits and Match of the Day: a look at how VHS shaped our cultural memories.
A party. An embrace. An exorcism. Collective reflections on this year’s programme.
Postcards from the Fringe: running late, Edinburgh toilet strategy and Hot Dub Time Machine.
Gleeful, knackered abandon.
Postcards from Edinburgh: surprises, tiredness and romance.
Humane, poetic rage.
Postcards from Edinburgh: Megabus, street theatre, the TEAM. And rain. Lots of rain.
“This fucking city, right? This fucking city.” An Edinburgh Fringe scrapbook, of sorts.
Our writers explore the role of the visual in theatre.