Fringe Venues 2022
Displaying 31 - 60 of 227 In-Person Fringe 2022 venues. Looking for Free Fringe 2022 venues?
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.
theSpace @ Venue 45 :: 45
Vintage 89-seat, Fringe venue in the Old St Paul's Church Hall, run by theSpaceUK since 1995.
Paradise Palms :: 46
Tropically themed bar just off Bristo Square in the heart of the Edinburgh University area. DJs, veggie and vegan soul food, beer and cocktails.
Le Monde :: 47
Boutique hotel in Edinburgh's historic New Town, and home to the Shanghai nightclub and also a restaurant.
The 100-seater, air conditioned, basement space in Le Monde is a Fringe venue in August.
Edinburgh Central Mosque :: 48
Edinburgh Central Mosque and Islamic Centre is the largest mosque in Edinburgh, located in the middle of the capital city.
Celtic Lodge (C Cubed) :: 50
The sixteenth-century Celtic Lodge at Brodie's Close. As well as a masonic lodge, this is the home of C Cubed during the Fringe in August.
Just the Tonic @ The Tron :: 51
Centrally located off the High Street. Bar room, stand-up comedy in the bowels of the Tron.
Surgeons' Hall :: 53
William Playfair's neo-classical building, adapted by The Royal College of Surgeons into a modern conference venue
Subway Cowgate :: 56
Full-service late bar and club, with cocktail specials, live music and graffiti murals inspired by NYC subways.
The Jazz Bar :: 57
There's a constant flow of jazz and jazz-orientated music such as acid jazz, funk-rock, and reggae, from local and touring musicians in this purpose-designed jazz venue and basement bar.
Edinburgh Playhouse :: 59
Major venue with a capacity of 3,000, situated at the top of Leith Walk, that hosts many big-name and West End touring shows, be it dance, musical, rock, the Fring
Canongate Kirk :: 60
Built in 1688, this beautifully light and spacious Kirk serves both Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh Castle.
Underbelly Cowgate :: 61
Underbelly's original Fringe venue down in the Cowgate, still going strong since directors Ed Bartlam and Charlie Wood started it in 2000.
Gilded Balloon at the Museum :: 64
The Gilded Balloon takes over a 210 seat venue in the National Museum complex for comedy, theatre, music and children's shows in the month of August.
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art :: 66
The original Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is an award-winning gallery set in beautiful parkland/sculpture gardens.
Valvona & Crolla :: 67
A foodie's delight, this gourmet deli/shop/cafe-bar specializes in Italian food and wine, and has been part of Edinburgh's food landscape since 1934.
The Voodoo Rooms :: 68
Attractively refurb'ed restaurant, bar, live music, and club venue housed in a 200 year-old building above Cafe Royal.
Coburg House Art Studios :: 69
Artists studios with gallery space in a warehouse with art deco frontage in Leith.
Edinburgh Academy :: 70
New Town public school centered around its oval Hall, built in 1824 and designed by William Burn. Caters to Nursery, Junior School or Senior School levels.
Queen's Hall :: 72
A 900-seat concert hall, this is one of Edinburgh's leading live music venues.
King's Hall :: 73
Renovated traditional church building owned by the Community Church since 1985, which is also used as a venue for festivals and events.
Rose Theatre :: 76
Added in 2017 to comedy outfit, Gilded Balloon's collection of Fringe venues, the Rose Theatre is based in the old Charlotte Chapel.
St Cecilia's Hall :: 77
The oldest concert hall in Scotland and museum carrying over 400 historical musical instruments.
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.
Monkey Barrel Comedy (Niddry St) :: 80
Old Town comedy club, right beside Bannerman's pub, in the narrow, cobbled side street that is Niddry Street.
Zoo Southside :: 82
Southside Community Centre is turned over to the Zoo cavalcade of shows featuring comedy, cabaret, theatre, and more.
Inverleith's St Serf's Church and Hall :: 83
Offering weekly services in the church proper, St Serf's also provides two halls for community events, licensed for theatre productions throughout the year.
City Cafe :: 85
Late-opening, Fifties-style American diner complete with jukebox and Americana decor.
St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral :: 86
The Roman Catholic, metropolitan cathedral in Edinburgh, is an impressive building at the top of Leith Walk.
Just the Tonic @ The Caves :: 88
The Caves provide a labyrinthine, underground set-up with six performance spaces under South Bridge.