Scotland's oldest student run theatre is a 90-seat auditorium in a converted church near Greyfriar's Bobby and the National Museum of Scotland.
Although it shares its name with a famous madhouse, the resident Edinburgh University Theatre Company regularly perform more traditional plays and musicals, as well as putting on edgier stuff like improv nights and new comedy shows.
The university theatre plays host to a number of other theatre companies during the Fringe in August. See Bedlam Fringe for details.
Reviews of shows here
- Le Bossu, Bedlam Theatre, Review (07 Aug '16)
- The Humble Heart of Komrade Krumm, Bedlam Theatre, Review (06 Aug '16)
- Panopticon, Bedlam Theatre, Review (22 Oct '15)
- The Frantic Canticles of Little Brother Fish, Bedlam Theatre, Review (18 Aug '15)
- Ada, Bedlam Theatre, Review (12 Aug '15)
- The Duck Pond, Bedlam Theatre, Review (21 Aug '14)
- The Most Serious Ailments of St. Krank's, Bedlam Theatre, Review (07 Aug '14)
- 35MM: A Musical Exhibition Review (09 Aug '13)
- A Play, a Pie and a Pint: Secrets, Bedlam Theatre, Review (03 May '13)
- The Girl With No Heart Review (29 Aug '12)
- The Idiot at the Wall Review (08 Aug '12)
- A Strange Wild Song Review (08 Aug '12)
- Grit Review (06 Aug '12)
- The Perils of Love and Gravity Review (22 Aug '11)
- The Alchemystorium Review (17 Aug '11)
- Flor de Muerto Review (20 Aug '10)
- Leaping God Sly Review (10 Aug '10)
- Passing Places Review (28 Jan '10)
- Bitter Kiss Goodnight Review (29 Aug '09)
- The Lamplighter's Lament Review (15 Aug '09)