This summer brings our first festival of new plays at The Other Place.

The Making Mischief Festival features work from some of today’s most exciting playwrights who are challenging and questioning our society. The Festival runs from 27 July to 27 August from The Other Place Studio Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon and includes:

  • Fall of the Kingdom, Rise of the Foot Soldier by Somalia Seaton - a racially-motivated attack on a student forces her teacher to confront the uncomfortable truth lurking beneath the community
  • Fraser Grace’s Always Orange, set in the aftermath of the London terrorist attacks, looking at how to be human in a world always on the edge
  • The return of the award-winning Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. by Alice Birch, which examines the language, behaviour and forces that shape women in the 21st century
  • Clean Break’s critically acclaimed one woman show Joanne performed by Tanya Moodie, exploring the pressures on our public services

Fraser and Somalia's plays were commissioned for the Making Mischief Festival, responding to the question; 'what is unsayable in the 21st Century?’ 

Tickets for all Making Mischief shows are £15 and are on sale from Friday 27 May. Find out more about the plays in our Making Mischief Festival.

The Making Mischief Festival opens at The Other Place on 27 July

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