Millennial despair: Anorak’s debut show is soaked in anxiety.
The child prodigy: Freddie Machin reviews Circa’s show for kids about Mozart.
Eurovision: Freddie Machin reviews Big in Belgium’s musical trip across Europe post-Brexit vote.
The games people play: Freddie Machin on a show about the rhythms and patterns of relationships.
‘The bleak loneliness faced by the outcasts of society’: Nabilah Said reviews this one-man show about an illegal digital market place.
Alice Saville on Adam Lazarus’s controversial (but not controversial enough) narrative of male violence.
Behind our Skin reveals ‘the power of simply telling stories.’
Eve Allin sees the writer through her poems in Love Songs.
Nicole Serratore reviews Ulster American, a new play ‘so wild it beggars belief’.
‘He holds us as if we are children’: Eve Allin on an intimate hour with [insert slogan here]’s Sam Ward.
‘An indictment of all of us’: Freddie Machin reviews Mark Thomas’ illusion-shattering take on the state of the NHS.
Silence, breathing: Rosemary Waugh reviews Ima Iduozee at the Edinburgh Fringe.
‘Like Beckett, if Beckett didn’t piss me off’: Ava Davies on Footprint Theatre’s gently radical two-hander about loneliness and the cosmos.
The fringe has begun, and Exeunt’s writers have a few thoughts on what you should go and see.
Anger and passion: Eve Allin writes on LUNG Theatre’s fiercely political verbatim show about racism in Birmingham schools.