Major venue with a capacity of 3,000, situated at the top of Leith Walk, that hosts many big-name and West End touring shows, be it dance, musical, rock, the Fring
A 100-seater amphitheatre made entirely from upcycled pianos goes wild downtown in a post-industrial warehouse in Leith.
Purpose built music hall at the St George's School for girls.
Many an Edinburgh musician will have fond memories of picking up an instrument and jamming at Rae Macintosh Musicroom, so it's good to see the West End musical instrument shop now has a small stage an
A museum and ancient, purpose-built concert hall that has become a destination for anyone fascinated by 18th century music and historical instruments in Scotland.
The Mound precinct is a public space by the National Galleries on Princes Street that is frequently used by buskers, street performers and for other outdoor events. In August, the free entertainment site is branded the Virgin Money Fringe on the Mound. The area also is referred to by locals simply as "The Galleries".
Perhaps best known during the festival for its huge Fringe programme, Edinburgh University's Pleasance complex of theatres and rehearsal spaces re-
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.
Community Centre and events venue in an old church building in Morningside.
Long-established traditional real ale pub with regular live folk music.