- 1: The Studio, 22 Potterrow
- 1: Festival Theatre Main Stage
- 2: St Andrew Square, Spiegeltent
- 3: City Art Centre Fifth Floor
- 4: George Square, Spiegeltent
- 5: The Queen's Hall
- 6: The Jazz Bar
- 7: La Belle Angele
- 8: Heriot’s Rugby Club
- 9: "The Loft" at The Outhouse
- Arrow: Edinburgh Napier University, Morningside Campus
- Arrow: Edinburgh Napier University, Merchiston Campus
- M: Grassmarket
- Mask: Princess Street Gardens
Individual venues' full details are listed below, including shows, address, map and links.
Modern bar with upstairs finction room with unreserved seating. Over 18s only.
Intimate venue situated in the heart of Edinburgh. The Fifth Floor Gallery offers a large and bright space with spectacular panoramic view of the city by day or night. Lift access to the Gallery and stair exit.
Getting here Merchiston campus is well-served by public transport to and from the centre of the city.
Getting here Morningside campus is well-served by public transport to and from the centre of the city.
Built in 1994, the impressive glass facade imposes a sense of occasion as you enter the sleek and contemporary foyer spaces.
Festival favoutite, the ultimate cabaret and music salon with a central seating area circled by wooden booths. GETTING THERE BY BIKE Edinburgh is a cycle-friendly city. At peak times, cyclists can share the buses' green lanes and many junctions have advance cycle stop lines. Racks are available on George Square to park your bike. BY
The medieval atmosphere of the Grassmarket with its splendid views of the nearby castleis a vibrant and popular meeting place for visitors and locals alike. Enjoy unique specialist shopping delivered by dedicated craftsmen, artisans and experts and many excellent hostelries. HOW TO GET THERE BY TRAIN Edinburgh Waverley Station is situated in the
The clubhouse is laid out cabaret style with a dance area offering unreserved seating. Over 14s only. Entrance via Bangholm Terrace
Formed in 1992, La Belle Angèle was known for a decade as an underground institution and a tireless servant of Edinburgh’s passionate art, music and clubbing community which was devastatingly brought to a halt in the infamous Cowgate fire on December 8, 2002.
GETTING THERE By Bike Edinburgh is a cycle-friendly city. At peak times, cyclists can share the buses' green lanes and many junctions have advance cycle stop lines. Racks are available in and around the Princess Street Gardens to park your bike. By Bus All City Centre/Princes Street buses normally pass the Princess Street
A Spiegeltent (Dutch for "Mirror Tent", from spiegel+tent) is a large travelling tent, constructed in wood and canvas and decorated with mirrors and stained glass, intended as an entertainment venue.
The internal ambience of this fabulously atmospheric basement venue is modern, upbeat, and attractive, with natural stone walls, polished wood floor, cande-lit tables, comfy alcove seating, smart, unobtrusive lighting and designer furniture, enhanced by art and photography exhibitions. It’s often described as ‘A real New York vibe – right here in Edinburgh‘.
Converted 19th century Georgian church with central table seats surrounded by traditional pews and a gallery, The Queen's Hall is one of the Edinburgh's leading live music venues. Facilities: There is a bar within the venue which is open before events. Access information: The Queen's Hall is accessible to wheelchair users via the entrance next to the box office