By: Lloyd McDonagh and Salvatore Scarpa
Published by:

Renard Press

Genre: Photography and anecdote
Publication date: 12/22/2021
Price: 25.00


In 2020 doors closed across the West End. Two actors, set about photographing the stage doors of the deserted city. Exeunt collects together these moving images, alongside anecdotes from some of the world’s leading luminaries who have trodden the boards of the pictured theatres.

Author's Biography

Lloyd McDonagh and Salvatore Scarpa met whilst training at East 15 Acting School. Not only do they share a passion for performing, but they also have a keen interest in photography, which is how Exeunt: The Stage Door Project was founded.


‘A timely reminder of the humble stage door’s place in theatre history.’ Claire Allfree, The Sunday Telegraph


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  1. Such a powerful book and so interesting to see the theatre in a different light

  2. fantastic idea ! love this book and reading all the accounts of people I admire

  3. fantasic idea! loved reading all the comments from people I admire x

  4. A wonderful collection from a theatre professionals perspective that many audience members don’t see!

  5. Great book. Support the Arts

  6. Very entertaining.

  7. Highly recommended.

  8. Great to know!

  9. Read, comment and vote!

  10. Beautiful book. Great collectors item for theatre lovers

  11. Very bold idea, during the pandemic, to create this wonderful celebration of theatre. Great book and the photos are excellent.

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