The Rose Theatre
Home to The MGA Academy’s School of Acting, The Rose Theatre Edinburgh was originally purpose-built as a church in 1912, built on the site of an earlier pedimented 19th Century chapel. After various renovations, the building was developed into a four-storey theatre by Danish ballet dancer, Peter Schaufuss. The large venue offers four unique performance spaces, including a 300 seat main theatre, a basement studio theatre for 120, a 100 seat studio, and an attic with a capacity of 50. It opened officially in 2017 in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.