Fringe Venues

Fringe Venues 2023

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  • St Michael and All Saints Church :: 95

    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.

  • Brewdog Lothian Road :: 102

    Located in the old Clydesdale Bank building on Lothian Road Festival Square

  • Prestonfield House :: 105

    17th-century Prestonfield is a five-star boutique hotel with 23 lavishly decorated rooms and suites and a celebrated restaurant (the hotel is owned by James Thomson, owner of Edinburgh’s Witchery by t

  • Home Bar :: 106

    Tollcross burger bar open til 1am.

  • Crescent House :: 109

    A boutique bed and breakfast, event space (including the Fringe), and sometimes a TV and film location.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

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

  • Edinburgh Photographic Society :: 130

    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.

  • Blackwell's Bookshop :: 133

    Edinburgh's oldest bookshop, with over 150,000 titles spread over three floors of converted Georgian townhouses, is the leading educational bookseller in the UK.

  • Acoustic Music Centre @ UCC :: 138

    Traditional and folk music from the Acoustic Music Centre at Ukrainian Community Centre, 14 Royal Terrace.

  • Assembly Roxy :: 139

    Arts venue in a converted 19th Century church. Assembly Roxy is home of Assembly Festival and Assembly Theatre, both during the Edinburgh Fringe and for the rest of the year.

  • The Nomads Tent :: 142

    Shop selling imported oriental carpets, jewellery, and furniture.