A receiving theatre in Aberdeen, playing host to local and national, professional and amateur companies, who perform Musical Theatre, Dance, Music, Comedy and Drama.
Major venue with a capacity of 3,000, situated at the top of Leith Walk, that hosts many big-name and West End touring shows, be it dance, musical, rock, the Fring
The Mound precinct is a public space by the National Galleries on Princes Street that is frequently used by buskers, street performers and for other outdoor events. In August, the free entertainment site is branded the Virgin Money Fringe on the Mound. The area also is referred to by locals simply as "The Galleries".
Perhaps best known during the festival for its huge Fringe programme, Edinburgh University's Pleasance complex of theatres and rehearsal spaces re-opened following a £6 million refurbishment in November 2017. Situated around a cobbled courtyard, there are a number of purpose-built performance spaces in 100 to 220 year-old buildings.
The Edinburgh University hub is a key venue year-round for students and for public events (such as the Edinburgh International Film Festival), debates, and the cabaret bar hosts weekly comedy acts and live music.
Classic art deco theatre and music venue that is part of a complex that includes the Thomas Morton Hall, the Marriage Suite and the Foyer (Crush Hall).
PASS (Performing Arts Studio Scotland) Theatre's facility provides a performance space for acting and dance.
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.
Purpose-built venue dedicated to live storytelling, for both children and adults.
A flexible 35-seat black box studio theatre located on the ground floor of St Margaret’s House.
Multi-purpose cultural space located behind the main Edinburgh Festival Theatre on Potterrow.