1569. A cell in Malmöhus. Its occupant is James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell. With the aid of Ylva, the jailer's daughter, Bothwell tells the story of his life, his love of Scotland and of Mary Queen of Scots. It is a tale of power, intrigue and avarice
Front Row Theatre is proud to present new writing and a world premier run this August!
Here we finally get to know the tale of James Hepburn, Malmöhus’s most famous prisoner. Entertaining, and at times hard to believe, his story of battles, manipulation, prisons and Queens has been dusted off and brought to life by author Torquil MacLeod (The Malmö Mysteries), writer Susan MacLeod, and Front Row Theatre founder, writer and dramatist Fraser James MacLeod, in this exciting play.
(include travel and accommodation)
One performance of Bothwell, Prisoner of Malmö
14 000 SEK (ex. MOMS)
17 000 SEK (ex. MOMS) outside of Skåne
Two performances of Bothwell, Prisoner of Malmö in one day at the same venue
27 000 SEK (ex. MOMS)
30 000 SEK (ex. MOMS) outside of Skåne
Each additional performance of Bothwell, Prisoner of Malmö at the same venue on consecutive days
13 500 SEK (ex. MOMS)
15 000 SEK (ex. MOMS) outside of Skåne
SOME LOVELY QUOTES FROM OUR FANS!
"The command of the narrative was mesmerizing!"
"The switching between characters was seamlessly done."
"His cleverly defined depiction of the characters is masterful, and his talented portrayal of their temperaments and emotions is acting at its best."
Due to the loss of his source reading material, Charles Dickens takes the opportunity to dramatize his classic tale, A Christmas Carol. Dickens enacts the inspiring story of Ebenezer Scrooge's redemption with warmth and humour.
Front Row Theatre is proud to present its version of the timeless classic A Christmas Carol, in its original language. Our very own Fraser James MacLeod will be playing Dickens himself in which he plays every character imaginable: the tight-fisted misery that is Ebenezer Scrooge; the glorious Ghosts of the past, present and future; and of course, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim.
It is the perfect tale to be told on those dark winter nights just before Christmas. This story will enchant and delight people of all ages, as it has done for the last 178 years. Heart-warming, funny, thrilling, and not to be missed!
(include travel and accommodation)
One performance of A Christmas Carol
9 000 SEK (ex. MOMS)
11 000 SEK (ex. MOMS) outside of Skåne
Two performances of A Christmas Carol in one day at the same venue
17 000 SEK (ex. MOMS)
20 000 SEK (ex. MOMS) outside of Skåne
Each additional performance of A Christmas Carol at the same venue on consecutive days
8 500 SEK (ex. MOMS)
10 000 SEK (ex. MOMS) outside of Skåne
Front Row Theatre offers both readings and storytelling that can bring classic English texts to life and are perfect for smaller venues such as libraries, pubs and restaurants. Oral tradition is at the heart of historical record and entertainment alike, and whether it is memory of our parents reading to us as children or listening to tales of adventure from friends over a mug of beer, we are all in thrall to the spoken word. Listening and engaging in a good story appeals to all ages, and Front Row aims to continue this age-old past-time.
2000 kr (plus travel) per set
Telling the stories that shaped the clan MacLeod
Continuing the oral tradition of his family, Fraser James MacLeod revels in the opportunity to share the histories of his clan. Bloody and entertaining, these legends cover the importance of the Faerie Flag, why the bull is so symbolic to the MacLeods and we find out about the chief's folly in challenging the king!
For young ones: One chapter of 20 minutes - The Keeper of the Keys - when Hagrid turns up to invite Harry to Hogwarts School.
For older kids and interested adults: Two or three chapters of 20 minutes each. These can be spread out over two hours, or they can be read as two chapters with a break of ten minutes and then a third chapter to finish.
Content and format can be requested, and fees are negotiatable.
THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY POTTER
1500-2000 kr (plus travel) per set
Relive or discover for the first time the legend of The Boy Who Lived!
Many of us know about the world of Harry Potter and the adventures of the three friends, Harry, Ron and Hermione. Front Row Theatre gives you the chance to relive or discover those early days, when things seemed that bit more innocent and those important friendships were forming.
Fraser James MacLeod’s readings, in English, from JK Rowling’s popular novels takes us back to when Harry first finds out about the world of magic. We see that Halloween in the magic world is not all pretend, and that finding ourselves in a fantasy world is often fraught with danger. Let’s experience together how Harry’s world is turned upside down, and how his life-changing friendships are formed. Welcome to Hogwarts!
Suggested chapters from the first three novels:
A PRODUCTION ROLL CALL
(All the people who have contributed behind the scenes on our various projects...)
Front Row Theatre is very grateful for all the assistance from:
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Photos: Elin Kurtsdotter, Tomas Lissåker (Smallfield Photo), Tolikus Productions, Fleur Brouwer, Paula Brante, Jared Middle Calf
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And we're also extremely pleased to have cooperated with:
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