Astrid Lindgren's Ronja Rövardotter (Ronia, the robber's daughter) hardly needs any detailed presentation. This amazing medieval fairy tale that is read and loved in various parts of the world. The robber's daughter, who with her courage and her wisdom, breaks current norms and changes her lifestyle and thoughts close to her. Thoughts that make a difference for many who have been exposed to the usual norms of robbery life.
Although it is a fairy tale, it reflects a reality, so that we can imagine during the time it is played out. But what does it look like today? The same reality is everyday life for many people than today on our soil, for both adults and children. Powerful adults do not shed any money to get as much as they can, regardless of the human consequences. In Ronja Rövardotter (Ronia, the robber's daughter) there are two nights fighting against each other. They make themselves dishonest at the expense of other people's lives. Not unusual in our time either...
The play is in Swedish
The entrance opens:
20 minutes before the start of the play
Length of the play:
about 2 hours 20 minutes incl. break
None. Everyone must have a ticket, regardless of age.