Review: The Winston Machine, New Diorama Theatre

We'll meet again: Lily Levinson writes on Kandinsky's new show, which thoughtfully explores 'the bleak dangers of nostalgic nationalism'.

30 January


Exeunt is taking a break

We're hoping to return soon: watch this space!

30 January


Review: The Glow, Royal Court Theatre

Let there be light: Hannah Greenstreet reviews Alistair McDowall’s dazzling new play.

29 January


Review: Freud’s Last Session, King’s Head Theatre

Talking cure: Brendan Macdonald reviews a new production of Mark St Germain's play that imagines an encounter between Sigmund Freud and Lewis Carroll.

25 January


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Review: Conundrum at Young Vic

Reason and unreason: Miriam Sallon reviews Paul Anthony Morris's puzzling exploration of memory and 'madness'.

20 January


Review: The 4th Country, Park Theatre

Anxieties of authorship: Brendan Macdonald writes on Kate Reid's play, which explores representations of Northern Ireland through 'an engaging and poignant drama'.

16 January


Maddy Costa

Pandemic Songs

Maddy Costa tells the story of Unfolding Theatre's first pandemic year, and reflects on the unexpectedly hopeful lessons learned in 2020.

Exeunt Staff

Exeunt Writers’ Favourite Shows of 2021

An omnivorous look back on a year of digital theatre, live performance, dance & more.

Exeunt Staff

Roundtable: Getting the spark back

Exeunt's writers talk about the moments and performances that jolted them out of pandemic-induced apathy.

Emma Jude Harris

The Jews Are Tired: The Royal Court, Rare Earth Mettle, and Why Enough is Enough

Emma Jude Harris writes on Rare Earth Mettle and what it reveals about antisemitism in UK theatre.

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Review: Bluebelle, Shoreditch Town Hall (LIMF)

'A warm twinkle and touches of wonder': Lily Levinson writes on Theatre Re's ensemble fairytale.

16 January


Review: Force Majeure, Donmar Warehouse

'Ironic little ski dances': Frey Kwa Hawking writes on a theatrical adaptation of Ruben Östlund's film that explores an off-kilter family on the slopes.

10 January


Review: Folk, Hampstead Theatre

A soaring voice: Emily Davis writes on Nell Leyshon's new play that captures 'how it feels to sing and love singing' through the history of folk songs.

8 January


Review: Holiday Sauce…Booster! (Barbican, online)

'A heady, carousing festive fantasy': Brendan Macdonald reviews Taylor Mac's virtual vaudeville.

22 December

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David Byrne

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NDT artistic director David Byrne explains why he's accompanying the theatre's new season with tasty freebies.

16 November
Alice Saville

Young love and conflict

Alice Saville writes about Old Bridge, and a recent spate of plays which set poignant love stories against the backdrop of tumultuous world events.

5 November
Alice Saville

Theatre’s hiring crisis

As theatres fight to find and retain backstage workers, Alice Saville talks to people on the frontline of theatre's hiring crisis.

12 October
the vacuum cleaner

How do we begin to heal from all this?

Artist the vacuum cleaner talks about his interviews with health workers in Newham, and how his new installation-performance EXPOSURE aims to create a space for exploring collective trauma.