Big Tops & Pop-up venues

Tents, marquees, yurts and other temporary structures

The Spiegeltent is a temporary pop-up theatre in Festival Square, across the road from the Usher Hall, during Edinburgh's Christmas.

The Stand comedy club spreads out from its York Place home with a camp in August in St Andrew Square for the duration of the Fringe.

Vibrant club and party venue by Waverley Station specialising in live music, gig nights, karaoke and cabaret.

Bob's BlundaBus is Double Decka bar & venue that can pop-up anywhere...

Parked on South College St throughout the Fringe with a venue full of clowns, storytellers and comedians.

The Vintage Mobile Cinema debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016 and returns to Edinburgh in 2017. She was one of seven mobile cinemas made in 1967 and is now the only one remaining.

A black classic 1960s Routemaster bus transformed into a theatre space, with cameras, screens, audio/visual capabilities and seating for up to 54 audience members. Beautiful interior.

Pop up Fringe art gallery filled with textures, shapes and colour at the top of Howe Street in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town.

Open daily from 10am – 7pm during Fringe 2016.

Paines Plough’s pop-up in-the-round theatre offers a unique 360 degree theatre experience with 168-seats wrapped around the stage, state-of-the-art LED lighting and surround sound.

A circus, theatre and music venue that regularly is erected in different parts of the city, for example, St Andrew Square at Hogmanay

A temporary ice rink that was installed in East Princes Street Garden during Edinburgh's festive season.