Before reality kicks in, a poetic parting of the ways with this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Things can only get better.
Natasha Tripney on beautiful black dogs and the strange process of reviewing shows about depression.
Four poets and performers talk about finding a space for poetry amid the noise of the Fringe.
A paper trail.
Up above the streets and houses.
Natasha Tripney revisits Chris Goode’s potent monologue at the Royal Court.
Some slightly wired words about theatre, Twitter and the way that stories spread on the internet.
Creatures of the night.
Chip, chop. Chip, chop.
Rebecca Jacobson reports from Poznan’s festival of performance.
“This is theatre, not therapy.” Rebecca Jacobson reports on a new version of the Odyssey in Berlin.
Jimmy Fairhurst on his show Early Doors, pub culture, and the need to make ‘theatre for all.’
The results of Exeunt’s annual caffeinated trawl through the Edinburgh Fringe programme.