Fringe Venues

Fringe Venues 2023

Displaying 81 - 100 of 222 In-Person Fringe 2023 venues. Looking for Free Fringe 2023 venues?

  • Southsider :: 148

    Traditional pub owned by Maclay Inns. Sports on tvs.

    Hosts free comedy during free fringe festival.

  • Galerie Mirages :: 149

    Jewellery gallery and shop in a historic building.

  • 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.

  • Bar 50 :: 151

    Late-opening cafe/bar in a hostel, down in the Cowgate.

  • Augustine United Church :: 152

    Church on George IV Bridge, that is renowned for its Fringe programme.

  • Brass Monkey :: 153

    Traditional Edinburgh pub with an easy-going student vibe.

  • Banshee Labyrinth :: 156

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

  • Old Police Box :: 157

    The Old Police Box, opposite Cockburn Street, is a distinctive landmark on the Royal Mile that is used as the meeting

  • Whistlebinkies :: 158

    Whistlebinkies is a late-licence, live music venue. Bands play a wide selection from covers to original music; rock to folk and traditional Scottish music.

  • The Globe Bar :: 161

    Centrally located backpacker and sports bar down in the Cowgate

  • Church of the Sacred Heart :: 163

    Roman Catholic church located between the Grassmarket and Tollcross, on the edge of Edinburgh's Old Town.

  • St Stephen's Stockbridge :: 166

    No longer used for Sunday services, the towering, photogenic Church in Stockbridge

  • Institut Français d’Ecosse :: 168

    Founded in 1946, the Institut français d’Ecosse is the Scottish outpost of the French Embassy in the United Kingdom.

  • Counting House :: 170

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

  • CC Blooms :: 171

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

  • The Biscuit Factory :: 173

    The Biscuit Factory is an arts & fashion hub housed in the former Crawford’s biscuit factory in Anderson Place, just off Bonnington Road

  • Beehive Inn :: 178

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

  • National Museum of Scotland :: 179

    The National Museum of Scotland re-opened on 29th July 2011, following a £47.4 million refurbishment of the Victorian building.

  • 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.

  • High School Yards :: 186

    Edinburgh University owned building, with recording facilities and courtyards, that is used for education and rented