About Fraser MacLeod
Fraser trained at Queen Margaret University.
Fraser is theatre artist, director, facilitator and project manager. He designs, delivers and directs professional participatory experiences for children, families and communities – ranging from one-off workshops to large scale theatrical events and projects.
As a performer, facilitator and director, Fraser has worked with: Ickleflix, Theatre Jezebel, LicketySpit, Glasgow Life, UK Theatre School, Youth Theatre Arts Scotland, Citizens Theatre, Cutting Edge, Birds of Paradise, Theatre Gu Leòr, National Theatre of Scotland and was Associate Artistic Director for Scottish Youth Theatre.
Fraser is the Facilitator/Director for the Tron Theatre’s community company Tron Studio. He is currently an Associate Artist for LicketySpit and Performance Collective Stranraer, was an Artist in Residence for Glasgow City Council’s Creative Communities project in 2019 and is Co-Director of Sanctuary Queer Arts, a new arts organisation amplifying LGBTQIA+ artists voices in Scotland.
His directing credits include Shift (as associate director, National Theatre of Scotland), Blanche & Butch (as assistant director – Birds of Paradise), Trajectories,Chimera, A Present State (Tron Studio/Tron Theatre), International Performing Company – The Tin Forest (Scottish Youth Theatre /National Theatre of Scotland), Now’s the Hour (SYT /BBC), Instant (SYT/Glasgay), Tips (Development - Random Accomplice/Mary Gapinski), The Glasgow Passion (Cutting Edge Theatre Productions), It Wasn’t Me, It Was Goldilocks, Jack and the Magic Beans, The Princess and the Pea (SYT/Aberdeen Performing Arts), The Happiness Formula, Collateral Damage, The Sky is Falling, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, You Can’t Catch Me, Born Bad?, The Court of Miracle and The Ugly Duckling (SYT).