Fringe Venues 2022
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Brewhemia :: 90
The name, the hops draped over the pair of arched entrances and a large sign saying "beer palace" clearly announce what Brewhemia is about.
St Mary's Cathedral :: 91
Dramatic three-steepled cathedral in Edinburgh's New Town.
Active church in a Victorian Gothic building in Tollcross.
Legends Nightclub :: 96
Opium plays it loud and plays it heavy. Grungey hard rock, goth and metal on two floors of Cowgate den.
The Outhouse :: 99
Just off Broughton Street, Edinburgh's pink triangle, down a lane, this popular bar also has a beer garden open during the summer months.
Pilgrim :: 100
Bar just off the Cowgate with a recycled and reused ethos and local, organic craft beers on tap.
Crescent House :: 109
A boutique bed and breakfast, event space (including the Fringe), and sometimes a TV and film location.
Merchants' Hall :: 112
Distinctive New Town, neo-classical building that is primarily the headquarters of one of Edinburgh's oldest business organisations The Company of Merchants of the City of Edinburgh.
The Golf Tavern :: 114
Historic bar, established 1456, overlooking the green expanse of Bruntsfield Links.
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 Mark's Church :: 125
Found at the foot of Edinburgh Castle, St Mark's is a meeting place for Edinburgh Unitarians.
Edinburgh University Library :: 126
Edinburgh University Library is on the south side of George Square. The iconic modernist building, designed by Sir Basil Spence, and completed in 1965, was extensively redeveloped.
Tall Scottish Episcopal (Anglican) church at the corner of Princes Street and Lothian Road.
The Edinburgh Photographic Society has been at its Edinburgh New Town location for decades.
Greyfriars Kirk :: 131
Greyfriars Kirk, also known as Greyfriars Tolbooth and Highland Kirk, was the first church built in Edinburgh after the Reformation and opened in 1620.
The Nomads Tent :: 142
Shop selling imported oriental carpets, jewellery, and furniture.
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.
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