City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type
Zoo Southside Southside Community Centre is turned over to the Zoo cavalcade of shows featuring comedy, cabaret, theatre, and more. Only at the Fringe
Zoo One of the venues occupied by Fringe group The Zoo in August in an old church building. Only at the Fringe
The White Horse Traditional Scottish cafe, bar and bistro on Royal Mile, in Canongate area. Established in 1742, bills itself as the oldest pub on the Royal Mile. Pubs
Brunton theatre from outside
Brunton Theatre The Brunton Theatre is just off the city bypass, 20 minutes journey from the city centre. Following refurbishment in the late Nineties, has a comfortable, raked auditorium with clear sightlines. Theatres
The Vault Varied theatre in the vaulted basement of Augustine United Church. Only at the Fringe
Church Hill Theatre, Morningside
Church Hill Theatre Church Hill Theatre was originally built as a church in 1892. Purchased in 1960 by the Council, it has served as a theatre for community and Fringe performers since 1965. Theatres
Old Saint Paul's Church Oldest active Scottish Episcopal church whose activities range from church services to live classical music concerts, feeding and sheltering the homeless. Spiritual Centre
Pilrig Church Large Church of Scotland building in the French Gothic tradition. Spiritual Centre
Festival Square
Edinburgh International Conference Centre The EICC is Edinburgh's main conference centre is a short walk from Festival Square and Haymarket Station. The EICC opened in 1995, and has since held thousands of events, attracting several hundred... Business
Cabaret Voltaire entrance at night
Cabaret Voltaire Cabaret Voltaire is one of Edinburgh’s subterranean club and rock venues. An intimate cave-space with its low-ceilings and booths, it is situated in the underground caverns of the Cowgate. Live Music
Canongate Kirk
Canongate Kirk Built in 1688, this beautifully light and spacious Kirk serves both Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh Castle. Experience its wonderful 'cathedral' acoustic at a concert or a regular service. Live Music
Odeon Fort Kinnaird The Odeon Fort Kinnaird re-opened in March 2015 with 7 screens with RealD 3D, and Dolby Atmos sound system. Cinemas
Vue Cinema, Ocean Terminal
Vue Edinburgh Ocean Terminal Formerly the Ster Century cinema this multiplex can be found in the Ocean Cinemas
Venue C
C Venues - C If the location looks familiar that's because this is Edinburgh University's Adam House, and a flagship venue and base during the festival in August for Fringe group Only at the Fringe
EIFF - Cameo Cinema 1
Cameo Cinema, Edinburgh Edinburgh's stylish arthouse cinema combines an old world filmhouse from the outside, while inside you can spread out in expansive, comfortable armchairs of Cinema 1. Cinemas
St Columba's-by-the-Castle Church As the name suggests, this small church and perennial performance space is directly under the shadow of the castle. Spiritual Centre
Celtic Lodge (C Cubed) The sixteenth-century Celtic Lodge at Brodie's Close. As well as a masonic lodge, this is the home of C Cubed during the Fringe in August. Only at the Fringe
SpaceCabaret @ 54 New for theSpaces at the Edinburgh Fringe 2011, a Berlinesque cabaret bar. Only at the Fringe
Craigmillar Castle Edinburgh's historic Craigmillar Castle, famous as the location of plot and intrigue. The well-preserved ruin includes a tower house, courtyard and gardens. Visitor Attractions
Beer patio
Three Sisters Pub Popular sports bar with large courtyard down in the Cowgate, off the Royal Mile. Pub grub, live sports, free Fringe shows for all ages. Restaurants