Make sure to book your tickets to see Tracing Grace when it returns to the stage for World Encephalitis Day this February.

Written and directed by Annie Eves, the play has earned rave reviews among members of the Encephalitis Society  who have seen it performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, our 2016 Annual Members' Meeting and in London.

Tracing Grace

Annie was inspired to write the play to raise awareness of encephalitis after growing up with a sister who has suffered from the condition. As a result, Tracing Grace is an honest and moving story of Grace's life after encephalitis and the impact it has on her family. Annie said:

We are showing the effects the illness has had on her life so far, from not being able to communicate what she wants to say, to the anger pent up within her because she just doesn’t understand. We show the family’s point of view particularly through Annie’s eyes and what it all means to her and what she thinks of the whole situation. Our hope is it will be extremely moving and will reach out to anyone who knows someone who has suffered from encephalitis and educate those who don’t... above all it is true and honest. 

Tracing Grace will appear at Theatre503 in London between 20 and 24 February.

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