Mixed Use

The Scotland-Russia Institute is a culture centre run by the Scotland-Russia Forum, offering information and promoting understanding about Russia and her neighbours.

Brasserie and bar that also hosts events.

The auditorium can be used for independent theatre productions, conferences, concerts and comedy performances.

Facilities include:

The former public washhouse or 'steamie', was converted into Portobello Community Centre in 1968 and hosts a variety of activities and events organised by local groups.

A private club for members, their friends and family, the Leith Walk based Edinburgh Masonic Club also hosts private and public events over both floors.

A-listed medieval Church set in the Midlothian countryside about 7.5 miles (12.1 km) south of Edinburgh.

The venue hosts a programme of events throughout the year for members and the public.

Formerly the Royal Dick Veterinary College, this historic building has been transformed into a vibrant multi-arts venue with and its cafe/bar a meeting point.

Established in 1956, Leith Dockers Club is still largely run by dockers, but regularly hires out its premises for functions and events.

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.