A mixed bag, but a thoroughly engaging watch: Mary Halton reviews Tristan Bernays’ updating of biblical tales at the Vault festival.
Bizarre. Wonderfully so: Mary Halton overcomes a hesitant relationship with the Brontë sisters to be won over by Publick Transport’s Vault festival performance.
“This is not the day to feel joy, but it is exactly the day to be joyous.” Mary Halton listens to six stories by migrants at the BAC.
Mary Halton interviews Stella Duffy about how Fun Palaces unite artists, scientists, and communities – often in surprising ways.
A frantic desire to possess: Mary Halton reviews Adler & Gibb’s short post-Edinburgh run in London.
In the latest installment of Strangeness + Charm, Hannah Nicklin discusses her upcoming show Equations for a Moving Body, combining performance with sport, personal limits and personal bests.
Mary Halton talks to Alistair McDowall about upcoming play X at the Royal Court, Pluto, remoteness and Pomona.
The year-long durational performance none of you are watching.
Strangeness + Charm explores the art of science and the science of art. This month – looking at looking at each other.
Strangeness + Charm explores the art of science and the science of art. This month – accents.
Exeunt’s new Science & Art column, Strangeness + Charm: There’s no place like home.
Mary Halton on reviewing previews and respecting fandoms in a gathering media storm.
Luca Rutherford on the development of her solo show about death, Learning How to Die.
All that we see or seem.
The stories we tell about ourselves.