Juniper Green Village Hall is a community centre owned by the City of Edinburgh Council with very affordable rents for one-off and regular community and private events throughout the week.
Centre for design and making in Leith, comprising of gallery & event space, workshop and studio space.
Multi-purpose, 7 stage venue next to Waverley Train Station, offering drinks, food, live band music and PBH Free Fringe comedy all day, everyday during the Edinburgh Fri
Scotland's largest indoor and outdoor venue, the Royal Highland Centre plays host to over 250 events annually on the outskirts of Edinburgh. The venue is
This elegant 18th century building, situated in Edinburgh's New Town, is a mixed use venue owned and managed by Edinburgh City Council.
Throughout the year the Assembly Rooms is the scene of ceilidhs, fairs, dances, and other special events.
Assembly Rooms is one of the Fringe's most prestigious venues.
No longer used for Sunday services, the towering Stockbridge Church was bought by the Benzies Foundation from the Church of Scotland on 27th June 2014, with plans to ensure long term community use and
The century old Lauriston Hall in Edinburgh's West Port is a large city centre community space which hosts among other things popular ceilidh dances (Scottish dances).
Modern building that is now Home of Dalkeith Miners Welfare Club and Charitable Society and Social Club. Hosts community and private events.
A conference and event space, a social enterprise project providing skills training, a cafe to find homemade hot food, and tartan textiles.
A former government building situated under Edinburgh Castle rock. It used to house social security offices, job centre and companies house staff.