As breakneck as the best night out, as wild as you wish you’d been, as tender as a bruise: Lauren Mooney reviews a musical about teenage rebellion.
“Breathes best in its silences”: Lauren Mooney reviews Sean Foley’s production of The Dresser.
Exile in Zone 5: Lauren Mooney reviews Annie Siddons’s show about motherhood and loneliness.
The fragments that make up a woman: Lauren Mooney reviews Bea Roberts’ retelling of Flaubert’s Madame Bovary.
Growing lumps and growing up: Lauren Mooney reviews Luke Norris’ latest at the Fringe.
Human-dolphin communication: Lauren Mooney reviews an ambitious and incisive Fringe show from Breach Theatre.
A “delicately personal ghost story”: Lauren Mooney reviews Jack Britton’s I Used to Hear Footsteps at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Brilliant, energetic, ridiculous fun: Lauren Mooney reviews another Fringe success from Kill The Beast.
Furious and loud and aggressive: Lauren Mooney reviews Rachael Clerke’s “politically vital” show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
“A bunch of lights and hoopla dumped in a graveyard”: Lauren Mooney reviews Circa’s impressive, but ultimately empty, show in Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park.
Exeunt don’t do star ratings but if we did, this would be five stars.
“It’s difficult to talk about a piece of theatre when it’s not theatre anymore but a documentary.” Lauren Mooney reviews Rebecca Crookshank’s autobiographical work.
Lauren Mooney reviews a play about ‘directionless, desperate love with no outlet; a yearning without a name; a yen.’
Ahead of live action roleplay game ‘The Lowland Clearances’ at the Camden People’s Theatre, Lauren Mooney chats to Duncan Hay about how reactionary politics are sending us back to the conditions that produced Victorian slums.
Beating back the January blues.