White Mischief may refer to:
- White Mischief is a 1982 novel by James Fox that dramatizes the events around the 1941 murder in Kenya of Josslyn Hay (22nd Earl of Erroll), a notable member of Kenya's (white) Happy Valley set.
- White Mischief is a 1988 film based on Fox's book.
- Outside of Africa, the 1996 murder of Maria Magdalene "Ria" Wolmarans by Mariette Bosch was called the "White Mischief of Botswana," a comparison to Hay's murder (above).
- White Mischief is a brand of Indian vodka and brandy launched in 1996.
- White Mischief is a steampunk-themed indoor festival, first organized in London in 2007.
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