A genre-defying delight: Tom Moyser writes on a solo show that explores the lure of old cassettes.
Crushed feels: this story of the late 1970s Brisbane punk scene is emotive and brutal.
Weaving history: Rosemary Waugh reviews a piece of dance-theatre based on the Greek mythological characters.
Destroyed lives: Crystal Bennes writes on a powerful exploration of racially-motivated miscarriages of justice.
Bloody funny: Hannah Greenstreet writes on a comic monologue about a female psychopath.
Collector of stuff: Rosemary Waugh reviews Su Pollard at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Saving the bears: Rosemary Waugh reviews Karen Cogan’s unsettling Cork-set monologue.
Playwright Tom Wells chats to Frey Kwa Hawking about gay representation in theatre, making work outside London, and the power of panto.
Everything is not going to plan: Crystal Bennes reviews a piece of visual theatre about disrupting routines.
Zombie dancing: Rosemary Waugh reviews Ballet Ireland’s new version of the classic ballet.
Can we talk about #metoo plays? Hannah Greenstreet reviews a play exploring sexual abuse in Hollywood.
Story-time: Duška Radosavljević reviews a show by the ever-popular children’s author Julia Donaldson.
At the Edinburgh fringe’s midpoint, here are the shows that Exeunt’s writers think you should see.
Keep on running: Tom Moyser reviews a show about ‘The mechanics of being chased”.
‘A superbly constructed essay on fandom’: Duška Radosavljević reviews Sh!t Theatre’s love letter to Dolly Parton.