Fringe Venues

Fringe 2021 In-Person venues

Displaying 61 - 90 of 107 In-Person Fringe venues. Looking for Free Fringe 2021 venues?

  • Planet Bar :: 429

    Planet Bar is a long-running gay bar in Edinburgh's pink triangle. 

  • Pleasance Courtyard :: 33

    Cobbled courtyard surrounded by buildings in the Pleasance theatre and recreational complex of Edinburgh Uni.

  • Post box on Elm Row :: 185

    Start of a themed walking tour, at the fringe, based on the characters and loca

  • Quality Yard :: 470

    Artist exhibition space outside in a small courtyard in Leith with, in particular, displays of street art, graffiti a

  • Queen Victoria Statue :: 362

    Statue of the long-lived queen and starting point for a humorous Leith walking tour.

  • Scotch Malt Whisky Society :: 182

    Elegant, four-storey Georgian building on Queen Street open to members of the whisky imbibing society and non-members alike.

  • Scottish Storytelling Centre :: 30

    Purpose-built venue dedicated to live storytelling, for both children and adults.

  • Shillinghill Studios :: 244

    Studio and art gallery in converted 19th century church in the historic village of Temple, Midlothian.

  • Sneaky Pete's :: 437

    One room club 90 capacity live music and nightclub venue down in the Cowgate.

  • Southsider :: 148

    Traditional pub owned by Maclay Inns. Sports on tvs.

    Hosts free comedy during free fringe festival.

  • Spiegeltent Palais du Variété :: 3

    Vintage cabaret tent run by Assembly Festival during the Edinburgh Fringe in August.

  • St Andrew's and St George's West Church :: 111

    One of two elegant New Town Churches that was built according the James Craig’s plan of 1767 for the New Town.

  • St Columba's-by-the-Castle Church :: 4

    Small church and perennial performance space is directly under the shadow of the castle.

  • St Cuthbert's Parish Church :: 122

    Attractive city centre church located at the corner of Princes Street and Lothian Road under the watchful gaze of Edinburgh Castle.

  • St Giles Cathedral :: 187

    St Giles' is the huge, imposing cathedral that is situated on the Royal Mile, beside Parliament Square.

  • St John's Church, Princes Street :: 127

    Tall Scottish Episcopal (Anglican) church at the corner of Princes Street and Lothian Road.

  • St Mary's Cathedral :: 91

    Dramatic three-steepled cathedral in Edinburgh's New Town.

  • St Michael and All Saints Church :: 95

    Active church in a Victorian Gothic building in Tollcross.

  • St Vincent's Chapel :: 197

    Small Scottish Episcopal church in Edinburgh's Stockbridge area.

  • Statue of Greyfriar's Bobby :: 356

    A bronze statue of the famous, little Skye terrier remains a popular spot for a photo op.

  • Stockbridge Parish Church :: 317

    A classic Church of Scotland parish church, dating back to 1823, in the old village of Stockbridge with small domed steeple.

  • Subway Cowgate :: 56

    Full-service late bar and club, with cocktail specials, live music and graffiti murals inspired by NYC subways.

  • Summerhall :: 26

    A vibrant multi-arts venue housed in an historic, former veterinary college building.

  • Surgeon's Hall :: 53

    William Playfair's neo-classical building, adapted by The Royal College of Surgeons into a modern conference venue

  • Symposium Hall :: 43

    Symposium Hall (aka the King Khalid Building) is a 19th century church that has been transformed into an events venue at the Royal College of Surgeons complex.

  • Teviot House / Gilded Balloon :: 14

    Large Edinburgh University Union building, aka Teviot Row House, but locally just referred to as "Teviot", with rambling stairs and bars/performance spaces burrowed away on different floors.

  • The Argyle & Cellar Bar :: 293

    Two-level neighbourhood local on the corner. Located just on the Southside of The Meadows.

  • The Brunton :: 191

    The Brunton, aka the Brunton Theatre, is just off the city bypass, 20 minutes journey from the city centre.

  • The Conan Doyle :: 551

    Traditional bar in Broughton area with a range of real ales and pub food.

  • The Georgian House :: 343

    Georgian building run by the National Trust of Scotland as a public museum, that has been carefully restored as a typical Georgian House of the late 18th-early 19th century.