The Urban Mischief Project enters its final stage with the performance of a new play written in collaboration with young people from seven secondary schools across the South East of England and London.

Urban Mischief charts the life of Kai, a 16-year-old, who is beginning to realise that life is getting more serious. The young people have heavily influenced the script by expressing their own anxieties about love, loss and the rapidly approaching adult world.

Urban Mischief will premiere at the Tramshed, Woolwich, as part of the Greenwich Children’s Theatre Festival at 6pm on Saturday 19 April before touring to the seven schools from 22 April and 1 May. The final stage of this exciting project has received support from the Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts Scheme.

Read the full media release here.