This chapter discusses the importance of the context of the space in which drama or dramatherapy occurs, and space in context; the institution or organisation that surrounds it; and how the people in the space are both organised by it and at the same time organising it. Additionally, within the space one have to look at the context of size, teaching environment, assessment of the groups and how each group is formed and the personal and social agendas that exist within. The use of space and boundaries within dramatherapy is also essential to its integrity. When discussing the core processes, Phil Jones suggests the idea of the play space and looks at space from within a range of therapeutic practices, including embodiment and interactive audience witnessing these spaces. When entering into an agreement to run a dramatherapy group, there are several issues that are necessary to explore that might not have been deemed as important in a drama class.