As plans are taking shape for 2022’s Â£120m post-Brexit arts extravaganza, here are some more outward-looking ways to mark Britain’s exit from the EU.
Josh Coates is curating performance nights that bring fandom offline and onto the stage. Here’s why.
Exeunt sends its writers to the dawn of the 2030s to survey a tumultuous decade in theatre.
Leaves you feeling Peaky: Natasha Tripney dissects Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight’s misjudged Dickens adaptation for the BBC.
Primordial dance, irreverent costume drama and communal experiences: Exeunt’s writers pick out the shows beyond the M25 which have stuck with them in 2019.
Iron your cummerbunds, the starriest, glitziest event of the theatre calendar is here: it’s Exeunt’s annual (alternative) awards.
The results are in: Exeunt’s writers voted for their favourite London shows of 2019. Here are the shows they can’t stop thinking about.
Exeunt’s writers cooked up a bumper batch of form-breaking reviews this year – from dialogues to letters to quizzes. Here are some of our favourites.
Housed in a former mirror factory, The Big House works with at-risk young people to make theatre that reflects their experiences. Lily Levinson talks to the participants in their new performance, 1st Luv.
“A haunting is a story that stays with you” : Eve Leigh writes on why she’s created an online afterlife for her play Midnight Movie.
Oh no, this list doesn’t include any pantos – but there are plenty of other wintry delights in Exeunt’s UK-wide tips on what to see this December.
Alice Saville writes on how ideas of expertise are used to define who gets to have an opinion on theatre.
Holly Williams encounters the “stories of a fledgling nation” at an intensely political festival of theatre from across Kosovo.
Queer renaissance musicals, affectionate plants and Bryony Kimmings on tour; here are Exeunt’s UK-wide tips on what to see this November.
In this roundtable, members of Migrants in Culture discuss the impact of the Hostile Environment, and why it’s time for the arts sector to act.