Natasha Tripney Founding Editor


Natasha Tripney

Natasha, together with Daniel B. Yates, is one of Exeunt's founding editors. She's also a lead reviewer for The Stage and has been part of their Edinburgh Fringe team since 2009. She writes for Time Out, the Guardian online, reviews books for The Observer, and has contributed to The Independent, The List, the TLS and Mslexia. An occasional writer of fiction, one of her stories was shortlisted for the 2010 Bristol Short Story Prize.

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Edinburgh Fringe 2015: A Farewell Song

Before reality kicks in, a poetic parting of the ways with this year's Edinburgh Fringe.

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What I Learned From Johnny Bevan

at SummerhallFive.

Things can only get better.

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Black Dogs and Lizard Skin

Natasha Tripney on beautiful black dogs and the strange process of reviewing shows about depression.

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Speak, Memory: Poetry and the Fringe

Four poets and performers talk about finding a space for poetry amid the noise of the Fringe.


Sitting in a tree.

Garden

at Pleasance CourtyardThree.

Up above the streets and houses.

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Men in the Cities: Slight Return

Natasha Tripney revisits Chris Goode's potent monologue at the Royal Court.

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Some Dude Did a Stupid Thing

Some slightly wired words about theatre, Twitter and the way that stories spread on the internet.

Mind games.

Nocturne

at London WondergroundThree.

Creatures of the night.

The watchmen.

1984

at Playhouse TheatreFour.

Chip, chop. Chip, chop.