City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Sing For Smiles Vocal School Sing For Smiles Vocal School is a new school for anybody who enjoys singing or would like to learn to sing. We offer a wide variety of classes and tuition for ages 5-105!
Sing Thai Small authentic Thai restaurant run by Kavel Kaur and her husband Akhadet Dechdechachan
Smash Club Edinburgh Recently re-opened under the Smash Brand with live gigs and a nightclub playing a variety of music. The location has been a long-standing nightlife venue, previously as the Citrus Club. 174
Smoke Stack A well established meat lovers restaurant that has been recently refurbished.
Sneaky Pete's One room club 90 capacity live music and nightclub venue down in the Cowgate. 437
Sonas Guest House Sonas Guest House is a converted 19th century Victorian villa on Edinburgh's southside, originally built in the 1870s for the directors of the railway.
SongKran II Middle-of-the-range, traditional Thai food in the heart of Stockbridge. Serving lunch and supper.
South Hall Edinburgh University owned function hall at the modern Pollock Hall complex large enough to host 350 guests theatre-style or a dancefloor for 300, or 100 in a classroom setting.
South Leith Parish Church A church with centuries of heritage - the church was established in 1483 - but its roots can be traced back 1300 years ago with the coming to Scotland of St Triduana. Leith being a busy Templa
Southpour A neighbourhood local, serving pub grub throughout the day, and hosting local acoustic music talent. 268
Southside Community Centre City of Edinburgh Council run community centre in a former church building with two large multipurpose spaces and a cafe. Located a little South of the city centre.
Southside Social Formally known as the Meadow or "Moo" Bar, the Southside Social became Edinburgh's first social enterprise pub in Edinburgh when it opened its doors in 2015 with the intention of giving its profits aw 264
Southsider Traditional pub owned by Maclay Inns. Sports on tvs. Hosts free comedy during free fringe festival. 148
SpaceCabaret @ 54 New for theSpaces at the Edinburgh Fringe 2011, a Berlinesque cabaret bar.
SpaceTriplex theSpaceUK presents this brand new state of the art facility over 3 floors. Diverse programme in seven performance spaces: dance, drumming, circus, theatre, choral, cabaret and spoken word. 38
Spoon Café Bistro Across from the Festival Theatre and neighbours with Royal College of Surgeons, this eaterie is catering to those looking for the casualness of a cafe and the formality of a restaurant.
Spotlites 40 metres from the centre of Princes Street, just up from the National Gallery, in Georgian New Town.
SSE Hydro Glasgow's multi-purpose indoor arena located on the Scottish Event Campus. SEC Hyrdo, which opened in 2013, has a capacity of 13,000, over its three levels.
St Andrew Blackadder Church Located in North Berwick, offers services as part of the Church of Scotland.  Has served as a concert venue and seaside escape during
St. Andrew Square Gardens
St Andrew Square St Andrew Square is one of the most prestigious locations in Edinburgh New Town.