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REVIEW | RSC Mischief Festival – #WeAreArrested & Day Of The Living

The Mischief Festival returns to The Other Place at the RSC with a double-bill of two eye-opening and thought-provoking pieces of theatre. Exploring global questions of truth, freedom and corruption, both pieces shine a spotlight on issues in our modern society across the world. #WeAreArrested Set in Turkey, although resonates with any country, #WeAreArrested tells the…

RSC Mischief Festival Earthworks and Myth

REVIEW | RSC’s Mischief Festival – Earthworks & Myth

This year the RSC’s Mischief Festival presents a double bill of plays centred around the question:  “What is unsayable in the 21st century?” They have created two powerfully creative pieces that combine sincerity, wit and depth to create performances that are entirely thought-provoking.   Earthworks The first performance titled Earthworks is directed by Artistic Director of the…