Fraser Grace's play Always Orange opened at The Other Place, Stratford upon Avon as part of the RSC’s Making Mischief Festival, described by The Guardian as “A taut terrorism drama about society on edge of sanity ****".
Breakfast with Mugabe won the John Whiting Best Play Award. Breakfast with Mugabe was originally produced in Stratford by the Royal Shakespeare Company before transferring to the Soho Theatre and then to the Duchess Theatre in the West End. The play was then produced in New York by the Centenary Stage Company.
Fraser's play The Lifesavers was nominated for a TMA Award for Best New Play.
In 2011 the Univeristy of Birmingham appointed Fraser as the co-ordinator of its postgraduate Playwriting Studies course, of which he is an alumnus.
“Always Orange presents us with a city very much like the London we know, but where random terrorist attacks have become so commonplace that even a trip to the park is fraught with danger and anxiety. It’s the monsters of the mind that inflict the most damage in a city where the gap between rich and poor, privilege and disaffection, leads to disaster.”