St Mary's Cathedral
Edinburgh has many buildings with steeples, it might seem, but few are as dramatic as St Mary's a three-steepled cathedral that dominates the view Westward down Melville Street in Edinburgh's New Town. The main spire is 270 ft high. The sandstone used to construct most of St. Marys was quarried locally at Craigleith.
The Scottish Episcopal Cathedral in Edinburgh it was consecrated in 1879. It continues to welcome all to regular services, including daily sung services and occasional classical concerts. It is listed as a Fringe venue during the festival in August. There is a small shop.
Reviews of shows here
- Mozart and Handel Chamber Choir Review (17 Aug '10)