Fringe Venues 2022
Displaying 91 - 120 of 227 In-Person Fringe 2022 venues. Looking for Free Fringe 2022 venues?
Lauriston Hall :: 163
The century old Lauriston Hall in Edinburgh's West Port is a large city centre community space which hosts among other things popular ceilidh dances (Scottish dances).
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.
Beehive Inn :: 178
Large, busy pub in the Old Town, the Beehive Inn with upstairs restaurant and a beer garden in the rear.
Carnivore :: 180
American-meets-Cowgate kitchen and bar eatery offering various burgers, steaks and sharing boards, as well as a selec
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, that is used for education and rented out for private
St Giles Cathedral :: 187
St Giles' is the huge, imposing cathedral that is situated on the Royal Mile, beside Parliament Square.
Novotel Edinburgh Centre :: 188
Modern, central, 4-star hotel with 180 rooms.
Theatre Big Top :: 189
Big Top, seating cabaret-style which in 2021 is erected in Festival Square Lothian Road..
The Brunton :: 191
The Brunton, aka the Brunton Theatre, is just off the city bypass, 20 minutes journey from the city centre.
St Vincent's Chapel :: 197
Small Scottish Episcopal church in Edinburgh's Stockbridge area.
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.
Starting point for free, guided walking tours of the Royal Mile.
Edinburgh Ski Club :: 208
The base of Edinburgh Ski Club which was formed in 1966 to promote all aspects of skiing (and now snowboarding) for local Edinburgh people.
Nicolson Square :: 209
Fringe venue on Edinburgh's southside.
BlundaGardens: Blundabus :: 212
BlundaGardens is the home of the BlundaBus and the Magical SpiegelYurt, unique performance spaces near the Potterrow underpass.
Black City of the Dead Signs :: 213
Starting point for a walking tour exploring the gothic and macabre side of the Old Town.
Leith Depot :: 214
Leith Walk pub that opened in November 2015, serving bottled craft beers & wines and draughts and a largely pescatarian and vegetarian menu.
Outside Greyfriars Bobby Bar :: 217
Biddy Mulligans :: 220
Low ceilinged Irish bar in Grassmarket area of the Old Town. Spills out onto the terraced pavement of the terraced area in the Summer.
Fingers Piano Bar :: 221
Long-established, late night, New Town bar that as the name suggests often has a chanteuse and fancy cocktails.
Scottish National Gallery :: 222
Admission to the Scottish National Gallery's permanent collection is free and is really one thing that you should do in Edinburgh.
Revolution Bar :: 224
Late-night cocktail (especially vodka) bar set over two floors with three bars, pub-grub from brunch onwards.
Starting point for an immersive, treasure hunt game through the historic city.
Kilderkin :: 227
Kilderkin can be found on the Canongate section of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh's Old Town.
Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa :: 229
Modern, 269-bedroom hotel on Lothian Road that faces directly opposite the Usher Hall and Edinburgh Castle, with Edinburgh International Conference Centre to its other side.
St Ninian's Church :: 230
Small, active church, built in 1921, with a community used church hall in Comely Bank area.