Making Mischief – The Other Place

Runs until 27th August The RSC’s The Other Place, the Shakespeare Theatre’s equivalent of a hyperactive younger sibling, has reopened its doors to new and innovative performances. In a festival that calls on its plays to champion the inventive, and speak the unspeakable, The Other Place has welcomed a bevy of talent and provocateurs. The RSC seem…

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Always Orange – Making Mischief

Runs until 27th August For a play that was written to discuss ‘what is unsayable in the 21st century,’ Fraser Grace’s Always Orange was a frustratingly underwhelming hour from which we came away with little to say. The production was masterclass in mediocrity, but that’s not to suggest there weren’t moments of incredibly poignant prose,…

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An Interview: Fraser Grace

Ahead of our trip to Stratford-upon-Avon for the RSC’s Making Mischief festival, Fraser Grace was kind enough to talk to us about his new play Always Orange, which was commissioned for the festival. Your play Always Orange started two days ago as part of the new Making Mischief Festival at the RSC – how’s the opening…

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Macbeth – Shakespeare’s Globe

Runs until 1st October 2016 Last night we strolled down the South Bank as the clocks came close to striking twelve to enjoy the Globe’s Midnight Matinee of Macbeth. Unfortunately this was not to be – although that’s not to say we didn’t endure the performance. Iqbal Khan’s production was one that leapt from tedium…

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