Friends of Exeunt

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Become a Friend of Exeunt to get three printed theatre zines a year – and to support our writers and editors so they can keep providing independent, in-depth, longform, and experimental coverage of the UK’s theatre scene. Your monthly donations will help us pay our writers, and secure Exeunt’s longterm survival in a tough landscape for online arts journalism.

How we’ll use the money

We cover our (very low) overheads with our (very low) advertising income. So your contribution will go directly towards paying the writers that make up Exeunt. It’ll be used to commission ambitious features and investigations, to mentor younger critics, and to diversify our review team.

PLUS we’ll also send you lovingly handmade theatre fanzines in the post. Sign up by  30th August, 2018 to receive our latest zine, Postcards, a collection of responses to all the shows we’ve seen over the summer, including poems, pictures, collages and games. By signing up to the Friends Scheme, you consent to Exeunt using your name, email address and postal address in accordance with our privacy policy.

Support Us


£10 – Polar Bear

For £10 a month, we’ll send you three zines a year, full of original writing from Exeunt. You’ll also be featured on our online list of supporters. You’ll get three badges starring the Exeunt bear, and a quarterly email newsletter keeping you posted on how we’re spending our income.

Donate £10


£5 – Grizzly Bear

For £5 a month, you’ll get a three zines a year with original writing from Exeunt, and a quarterly email newsletter keeping you posted on how we’re spending our income.

Donate £5


£2 – Bear Cub

For £2 a month, you’ll get a quarterly email newsletter keeping you posted on how we’re spending our income – plus exclusive access to our new online zine library (which launches in early August).

Donate £2


More info

For any queries, (i.e. to give a Friends subscription as a gift, or to donate another amount) email us at editors@exeuntmagazine.com or get in touch on Twitter. Bears love Twitter.