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Bedfest 2024 Spotlight: ‘Mary: A Gig Theatre Show’

On Thursday 1 February, Bedlam Theatre will be welcoming Rona Johnson’s creation of ‘Mary: A Gig Theatre Show‘ to its stage. This piece promises to be an engaging and exciting…

Fringe 2023: The Improverts

As the longest running improvised comedy troupe at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Improverts are an Edinburgh staple. Performing weekly in Edinburgh University’s student theatre, and their term-time home Bedlam,…

A Guide to Theatres in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a city known in its summer months as the city of the Fringe festival. However, there are theatre productions in Edinburgh throughout the year. Here is an Edinburgh…

Review: Translations

Translations is an Irish play by Brian Friel concerning the destruction of traditional Gailic language in the fictional town of Baile Beag, and the anglicisation of place names in the…

Review: Medea

Medea is slick. It’s slightly shorter than other productions of the same play, which can be up to half an hour longer, but less is more in Jemima Jayne’s outstanding…

‘Heart-warming’: EZRA review

The EUTC’s production of EZRA, written and directed by Stella Green, is a heart-warming portrayal of the trials and tribulations of secular Jews living in Britain. The play follows Mother…

Looking back at a semester of Theatre

Quality theatre is never hard to find in Edinburgh. Whilst excellent professional productions frequently grace Edinburgh’s many charming stages, our editorial endeavour over the past months has been to nudge…

‘Delicately balanced humour and solemnity’ ‒ Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off

The EUTC bring the sixteenth century to life with ardor on the stage at Bedlam in their production of Liz Lochhead’s Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off.…