The Vintage Mobile Cinema debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016 and returns to Edinburgh in 2017. She was one of seven mobile cinemas made in 1967 and is now the only one remaining.
Nicknamed Audrey, she'll be a fixture on George Street (outside the Assembly Rooms) throughout August where she'll be playing Free Fringe short films and also working as a comedy venue.
Come enjoy the surround sound and HD experience on this unique slice of cinematic and automotive history.
Free screenings til 6pm every 15 minutes about the history of the 1960s Mobile Cinema and early archive footage of the Edinburgh Festival and the fashionable crowds that lined the streets and filled the concert halls.
At 6pm the Mobile Cinema (nicknamed ‘Audrey’) will become a paid stand-up space kicking off with Audrey’s Absolute Fest-of-All where a top comedian will perform their full Edinburgh show.
At 7.30pm The Reel Comedy Club will showcase Fringe comedy, and at 10pm The Comedians Film Club will see a different comedian each night present their favourite film to a seated audience of just 22.