Originally published by Exeunt Magazine. ‘We are always already entangled in webs of narratives. They are integral to the world that precedes us, and they make it possible for us to develop into subjects who are capable of narrating their experiences, sharing them with others, and telling their own versions of the stories they have … Continue reading Review: Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.
Originally published by Exeunt Magazine. If I had the time and materials, I would like to write this review in the format of a choose-your-own adventure book. There are at least two paths through this performance and multiple smaller choices. Yet maybe that would overstate the amount of choice given to the audience of Tim … Continue reading Review: Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation
Originally published by Exeunt Magazine. Four women in the office share a secret. They are united by their love of true crime, an obsession that they had been too ashamed to share until discovering their fellow enthusiasts. ‘It feels like the sort of thing you should probably keep to yourself’, one of the characters explains, … Continue reading Review: Bible John at the Pleasance
Originally published by Exeunt Magazine. Act 1 Rufus Norris is hosting a dinner party to celebrate the opening of Lyndsey Turner’s production of Top Girls. He has unfortunately forgotten to invite any women. The dinner party guests’ lines (all taken from reviews or public statements) overlap and interrupt each other. Rufus Norris: ‘The next four productions … Continue reading Review: Top Girls at the National Theatre
Originally published by Exeunt Magazine. I’ve been watching Sex Education on Netflix and, like a lot of people, it’s caused me to reflect upon what I was taught in school PSHE lessons. One memory that still haunts me: the headmistress ushering us into the hall to watch a video starring ‘Johnny Condom’, a heroic condom who coaxes ‘Wicked … Continue reading Review: SEX SEX MEN MEN at the Yard Theatre