Fringe Venues

Fringe 2021 In-Person venues

Displaying 1 - 30 of 107 In-Person Fringe venues. Looking for Free Fringe 2021 venues?

  • 32 Below :: 442

    Cushy bar serving burgers, cajun, Tex-Mex beneath the long-standing and popular Pear Tree bar.

  • Acoustic Music Centre @ UCC :: 138

    Traditional and folk music from the Acoustic Music Centre at Ukrainian Community Centre, 14 Royal Terrace.

  • Adam Smith Statue :: 228

    Statue of Adam Smith, the "Father of Economics", erected in 2008. Walking tour starting point.

  • Arthur's Seat :: 354

    Arthur's Seat is the main peak in Holyrood Park, the large, public park at the foot of Edinburgh's Royal Mile.

  • Assembly George Square Gardens :: 3

    Festival hub in the heart of Edinburgh University area, run by Assembly - one of the Fringe's leading brands.

  • Assembly Roxy :: 139

    Arts venue in a converted 19th Century church. Assembly Roxy is home of Assembly Festival and Assembly Theatre, both during the Edinburgh Fringe and for the rest of the year.

  • Bannermans :: 357

    Longstanding cellar bar deep in the bowels of the Cowgate with live music, particularly acoustic sets.

  • Banshee Labyrinth :: 156

    Late-night opening bar and cafe, with three bars, life music, just off Edinburgh's Royal Mile.

  • BBC :: 25

    The BBC returns to the Fringe in 2021 at High School Yards.

  • Beehive Inn :: 178

    Large, busy pub in the Old Town, the Beehive Inn with upstairs restaurant and a beer garden in the rear. 

  • Black City of the Dead Signs :: 213

    Starting point for a walking tour exploring the gothic and macabre side of the Old Town.

  • Canons' Gait Bar :: 78

    Friendly bar at the Canongate end of the Royal Mile modern upper lounge bar and cellar bar. Has a tradition of supporting local music talent in basement bar.

  • CC Blooms :: 171

    The long-standing late licence, gay bar and nightclub with two bars on two floors.

  • Ciao Roma :: 283

    Central Italian restaurant offering home-made ice cream. Two floors open till late.

  • Coffee Bar in Lobby Area at the Ibis Hotel :: 497

    Starting point for an irreverent walking tour of Edinburgh's Old Town.

  • Counting House :: 170

    Historic building used for events, festivals adjacent to The Pear Tree pub and beer garden.

  • Crags Centre :: 476

    A community sports centre that since 2011 has operated with a strong social commitment in its daily activities, provi

  • Crescent House :: 109

    A boutique bed and breakfast, event space (including the Fringe), and sometimes a TV and film location.

  • Dance Base :: 22

    Scotland's National Centre for Dance based in Edinburgh's Grassmarket

  • Dovecot Studios :: 198

    A studio, exhibition and living space in former Victorian swimming baths that is elevating the time-honoured craft of weaving to an artform.

  • Duddingston Kirk :: 121

    Duddingston Kirk, on the south-east slopes of Arthur's Seat, is one of the oldest churches still in use in Scotland.

  • Dundas Street Gallery :: 256

    A privately run, rental, exhibition space in Edinburgh's New Town.

    The gallery covers 700 square feet, with 330 feet for single line hanging.

  • Edinburgh Corn Exchange :: 249

    All-purpose venue with a standing capacity of up to 2800 hosting major events, from live rock concerts to trade shows, rave nights to wedding fairs.

  • Edinburgh International Conference Centre :: 150

    The EICC is Edinburgh's main conference centre. A short walk from Haymarket Station, it attracts several hundred thousand delegates annually to the Scottish capital.

  • Festival Theatre Edinburgh :: 423

    Edinburgh's biggest theatre is distinguished by its huge glass facade and, inside, a vast auditorium.

  • Fingers Piano Bar :: 221

    Long-established, late night, New Town bar that as the name suggests often has a chanteuse and fancy cocktails.

  • Frankenstein Pub :: 304

    Food and drink, bier keller and big screen sports, over three floors of an old church.

  • Galerie Mirages :: 149

    Jewellery gallery and shop in a historic building.

  • Gardener's Cottage in Princes Street Gardens :: 496

    Picture book, red stone cottage that can be found on the eastern end of W

  • George Watson's College :: 416

    Founded in 1741, is a co-educational independent day school in Scotland.