“The Bohemians” is one of Edinburgh’s major amateur musical companies. Formed in 1909, it is one of Scotland’s oldest and most respected ‘Amdram’ Companies, committed to bringing high quality productions of musicals and musical concerts to Edinburgh and East of Scotland audiences.

Every year the Company provides over 50 people from all walks of life with the opportunity to work with dynamic and experienced directors, musical director, choreographers and technicians presenting large-scale productions as part of Festival City Theatres Amateur Season in The King’s Theatre, one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious venues.

Since 2006 the Company has also performed during the Edinburgh ‘Fringe’ showcasing a variety of songs from musicals and films.

In 2015 the Company performed it’s first “A Proper Crimboh” Christmas concert to great reception and this now forms part of our annual calendar of events.

The Company is fully affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA).

Charitable Status

“The Bohemians” Lyric Opera Company is recognised as a Charity by The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) and makes charitable donations to local and national charities. The Company has a close working relationship with Waverley Care, Scotland’s only H.I.V. and A.I.D.S. charity.

Registered in Scotland on 13 December 2005 under the Companies Act 1985 as a private Company Limited by Guarantee.
Company Number 294415

Scottish Charity: SC 028788
Registered Office: Cowan & Partners Limited,
60 Constitution Street,