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Review: Together at the Colab Factory

Both stimulated and disinterested: Factory Irregular's devised show doesn't offer its audience a hand to hold.

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New Rashdash, Sleepwalk Collective, Scottee, and so many more shows you wouldn't want to miss over the next fortnight.

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Review: Hard to be Soft – A Belfast Prayer at Dublin Dance Festival

An expression of thanks: choreographer Oona Doherty crafts a religious reflection on her home town.

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Review: Unexploded Ordnances (UXO) at the Barbican

'This is a show, and we are living through it together': Brendan Macdonald reviews Split Britches's Kubrick-inspired performance.

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Review: As You Like It and Hamlet at Shakespeare’s Globe

Shakespeare's stories: Rosemary Waugh reviews the first productions by the new Globe Ensemble.

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Review: The Killers at Mayfest 2018

'It's the kind of weird theatre show that I want to bring all of my non-theatre friends to see': Lilith Wozniak reviews Richard Allen's show as part of Mayfest 2018

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Katie Hawthorne

A walking tour of Theatertreffen 2018

Katie Hawthorne evokes the shows, controversies, and nerdy theatre in-jokes of Berlin's annual theatre festival.

Naomi Joseph

On Not Quitting Your Day Job

In response to Hannah Khalil's blog post, Naomi Joseph explores how theatremakers manage multiple careers.

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Announcing Exeunt’s New Zine, Bear Skin

A new zine that's all about sex, nudity and bodies in theatre, available exclusively to members of our Friends Scheme.

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Lyn Gardner: Where the Edges Meet the Centre

Following the announcement that Lyn Gardner's position as Guardian theatre critic is being cut, Andy Field writes on why her role is too important to be lost.

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Review: Elizabeth at Barbican

'Bed-ridden with everything except a husband': Amelia Forsbrook reviews the ROH's ballet about the last Tudor on the throne.

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Review: Ma, Pa and the Little Mouths at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

'The air of stifling, claustrophobic routine': David Pollock reviews Martin McCormick's absurdist play

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Review: The Nature of Why at Mayfest 2018

Rosemary Waugh reviews the British Paraorchestra's new work inspired by the theoretical physicist Richard Feynman, as part of Bristol's Mayfest

20 May

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Review: Red at Wyndham’s Theatre

Apollo and Dionysus: Alfred Molina is exceptional as Mark Rothko in the London return of John Logan's two-hander.

18 May


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2 May
Alice Saville

No More Heroes

Alice Saville considers questions of reputation and legacy in an industry that’s in love with its own history.


30 April
Andy Field

Nocturne

Andy Field writes on how encounters with the natural world inspired a new night-time performance, on as part of LIFT Festival 2018.


27 April
Hailey Bachrach

Have we actually broken Shakespeare?

In Shakespeare's birthday week, Hailey Bachrach argues that there's nothing dull about recent reinventions of his work.


24 April
Katherina Radeva

Breaking Bread

A desperate need for dialogue: Katherina Radeva writes on why she's organising a day of ideas-sharing around questions of otherness and identity.


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