City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Only at the Fringe


Find Edinburgh venues by type (e.g. Cinemas).

Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Fringe Central Fringe Central is a hub for Fringe staff, those involved in putting on shows, and media covering the Fringe. Only at the Fringe 2
Riddle's Court Edinburgh Old Town, "A' listed courtyard which dates back to 1587 and was the former residence of renowned Edinburgh Enlightenment philosopher David Hume in the mid-eighteenth century. Only at the Fringe 277
Virgin arches on the Royal Mile
High Street, Cockburn Street to George IV Bridge Every August, during the Edinburgh Fringe, the area around the Fringe Only at the Fringe 10
C Soco Urban Garden bar
C Soco Urban Garden When fire destroyed the old Gilded Balloon, a gap was left in the Cowgate like a pulled tooth on the face of the Old Town. Only at the Fringe
Just the Tonic interior
Just the Tonic @ The Caves The Caves on Niddry Street South, just off the Cowgate, provide a labyrinthine set-up with six performance spaces under South Bridge. Only at the Fringe 88
Music Box Stevenson College's purpose-built music and performing arts centre includes a recording studio, rehearsal rooms, practice booths, 120-seated auditorium, dance studio with sprung floor, digital audi Only at the Fringe
Underbelly's Hullaballoo Introduced as a venue by Underbelly in Fringe 2009, Hullabaloo incorporates the Bosco Tent which seats 180 with a mixed programme of comedy, music, theatre and childrens shows. Only at the Fringe
Holly's House A former Fringe venue in central basement flat in the New Town directly round the corner from The Stand Comedy Club York Place and minutes walk from Assembly Ro Only at the Fringe
Millennium Link
Millennium Link The Millennium Link, Case Studies Wine School's barge, is moored on the historic Union Canal at Edinburgh Quay, Fountainbridge. Eight minutes by bus from Princes Street. Only at the Fringe
theSpace on the Mile The Spaces are camped here for the month of August, just inside the foyer on the left handside of the Radisson. Only at the Fringe 39
Saughtonhall United Reformed Church Saughtonhall Church was formed in 1929 and is a local community based church, part of the UK wide United Reformed Church. Has an active drama group. Only at the Fringe 273
Red in Ed
Red Bus, The All aboard the vintage playbus! Only at the Fringe
Leith Links (West) Just one show - a physical dance piece called Cargo - at this temporary 2010 Fringe venue (no. 167) on Leith Links. Only at the Fringe
Faculty of Advocates Edinburgh's historic Faculty of Advocates is yards from the High Street, directly behind the Fringe Shop. Only at the Fringe
Ocean Terminal Big Top One of the many marquees that appears on the landscape during the Edinburgh Fringe. Only at the Fringe
Hawke & Hunter Upmarket nightclub and bar that is venue for Fringe First winner Ella Hickson's in situ drama Hot Mess. Only at the Fringe
Mary of Guise Barge Much of the action in Shakespeare's The Tempest may take place on dry land but not in the case of a new production of the classic by The Grads at the Edinburgh Fr Only at the Fringe
22 Chester Street Georgian, New Town block, opposite St Mary's Cathedral, which hosted a production of Sangokushi at the Edinburgh Fringe 2010< Only at the Fringe
Assembly @ AGA Showroom Money and mirth are combined for the sole show at this venue in the Fringe 2010, At Home With Mrs Moneypenny, by the working mother and Financial Times columnist, known only as Mrs Moneypenny. Only at the Fringe
theSpace @ Jury's Inn Comedy, dance, and theatre at this temporary Fringe venue, just off the Royal Mile in the Jury's Inn and very close to Edinburgh Waverley station. Only at the Fringe 260