This red-carpeted plush Victorian auditorium has sumptuous decor, lavish fittings and presents a modernistic face to the world with a glassed in foyer and bars on three levels.
Enter this iconic Edinburgh building through the coutyard from Mound Place. The courtyard will be transfred into an impromptu bar and house the box office. Then ascend the stairs into the auditorium which boasts a wide stage and excellent accoustis. It was originally developed as a new theological college for the emergent Free Church of Scotland in 1858-59.
An informal venue, Teviot boasts an extensive range of bar and catering facilities. Teviot Row hosts a range of events throughout the year, including the Fringe Festival.
Experience some of the most intimate concerts of the festival in the George Square Gardens with the delightful circus styled Piccolo and the Palais du Variété Spiegeltent.
Experience some of the most intimate concerts of the festival in the George Square Gardens with the delightful circus styled Piccolo and the world famous Spiegeltent.
The internal ambience of this fabulously atmospheric basement venue is modern, upbeat and attractive, with natural stone walls, polished wood floor, candle-lit tables, alcove seating, enhanced by art exhibitions.
The clubhouse is laid out cabaret style with a dance area offering unreserved seating. Entrance via Bangholm Terrace.
Lyra all year round runs as an artspace and boasts of an intimate 116-seat theatre in the heart of Craigmillar.
The church building is on the stretch of London Road between Easter Road and Meadowbank Stadium.
North Edinburgh Arts offers local residents a place to relax, explore, learn, meet, share, volunteer and have fun in.
Lying under Edinburgh Castle the Grassmarket plays host to our Mardi Gras on 14 July 2018. The area will be transformed into a large street party with a variety of bands performing throughout the day.