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.
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.
Festival hub in the heart of Edinburgh University area, run by Assembly - one of the Fringe's leading brands.
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.
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.
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.
George Watson's College :: 416
Founded in 1741, is a co-educational independent day school in Scotland.