We’re proud to announce our next production, Bump, will be opening on Saturday 2nd November at 7:30pm. Bump is a hilarious insight into how a theatre group deals with “bump in” and “bump out” of a play with crazy actors, ditzy directors and egotistical writers. Who will get bumped off? Who’s the killer and will the show go on? Find out in the... Read More

Tuckshop the musical reprised at StageDoor in April

Tuckshop: The Musical

For those of you who enjoyed  TuckShop the Musical,  now is your chance to see it again. Read More  Read More

New show opens this weekend

The Works of William Shakespeare by Chicks

Front Row Theatre’s season of The Works of William Shakespeare by Chicks is very close (and very short!). Opening night is this Friday 30 November and the show will play for just three weekends. Five good reasons to see the show: 1. Satisfy your curiosity about what happens when the all time greatest writer in the English language meets up with two very good writers from the... Read More

Our 2011 Season is Over

Empty Stage5

Our 2011 season came to end on Saturday October 29. Read More  Read More

Murder on the Nile featured in North West News

North-West News - 'Uppity role demands best'

Uppity role demands bestTwo of our cast members in Murder on the Nile have been featured Read More  Read More

Blithe Spirit – Get your theatre fix

Blithe SpiritIf you’re missing your theatre fix, Growl Theatre’s production of Blithe Spirit (featuring Front Row regular Julie Bray) is on for three nights only – Thursday 14th, Friday 15th and Saturday 16th April at 7:30pm. Read More  Read More

2011 Season Announced

2011 SeasonFront Row Theatre is proud to announce our program for 2011. The shows are: Wilde Life Director, Anne Grant, a well known Front Row director, (The Tower; Red, White and Boogie; Lipstick Dreams and Front Row’s 2008 Norfolk entry Polly Honeycombe) has already won an award for Best Design for this production which takes a novel approach to the works of Oscar Wilde. Auditions:... Read More

Top 10 Theatre Superstitions

I never realised how superstitious theatre folk are! See how many on this list of theatre superstitions you know! Don’t forget to book for The Unexpected Guest so you can make sure we don’t break any! Unlucky peacock feathers?  Read More