Natasha Tripney Founding Editor

Natasha Tripney

Natasha, together with Daniel B. Yates, is one of Exeunt's founding editors. She writes and reviews regularly for The Stage and has been part of their Edinburgh review team since 2009. She also writes for the Guardian online and reviews books for The Observer. She 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.

Carry on screaming. Photo: Steve Tanner
5. The Twins Macabre

Things to Do in London When You’re Undead

A round-up of suitably spooky shows in London this Halloween week.


The Music of Melancholy

Finn Beames on his operatic response to Robert Burton's epic text, The Anatomy of Melancholy.

Grey is the new black.

Henry IV

at Donmar Warehouse

Prison break.



Tamsin Clarke, Vicente Larenas, Jorge Costa & Julia Muzio on presenting work at this year's CASA Festival.


Food for Thought

Miguel Oyarzun on touring the Best of the BE festival and the need to feed your audience.


Strike A Light

Natasha Tripney visits Gloucester for a weekend of theatre, food, dance, and discussion.