Other Venue’s Listings

Theatre taking place in non-regular venues.

Here you can find shows at places like Summerhall, Portobello Town Hall, the Hill Street Theatre and others, which hold occasional theatre shows, but don’t do so on a regular basis.

(Click on the name of the show or the Book here link to go to its ticketing site).

Portobello Town Hall
147-149 Portobello High St, Portobello EH15 1AF.

Oliver! (Stage Door Entertainment)
Wed 8 – Sat 11 Nov 2023
Evenings: 7.30pm.
An opening show for Portobello Town Hall and inaugural production from Tommie Travers and Aidan O’Brien’s new company. An amateur local cast with professional production and technical team stage Lionel Bart’s ever-popular musical adaptation of Dickens, about the boy who wanted more. Book here.

Cinderella (Stage Door Entertainment)
Tue 28 Nov – Sat 30 Dec 2023
All Fri: 7pm; All Sat & Thurs 28/Fri 29: 2pm & 7pm. Wed 20 – Fri 22: 1pm & 2pm.
Stage Door turn to the most popular of pantomimes for their first Porty Panto, which promises to transport audiences to a world of wonder, where dreams can come true, Cinders will get to the ball and everyone gets to go home laughing. Book here.

The Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street, EH2 2PQ.
Noble Prospects (Edinburgh Makers)
Thurs 28 Sept 2023
One show: 6pm.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh celebrates the 250th anniversary of Samuel Johnson and James Boswell’s iconic tour of Scotland with a script in hand reading by the Makers of Noble Prospects, a new play by Mike Appleby recounting Johnson and Boswell’s journey, encounters and experiences of Scotland in 1773, based on their own words. Followed by a panel discussion. Book here.

1 Summerhall, EH9 1PL.
FLIP! (Fuel & Alphabetti Theatre)
Tue 31 Oct – Sat 4 Nov 2023
Evenings: 7pm (Techcube 0)
A powerful new satire from critically-acclaimed writer Racheal Ofori and director Emily Aboud (Evening Standard Future Theatre Award winner 2021) that probes what it means to live freely under the shadow of social media, encroaching on every aspect of our lives. Co-commissioned by Fuel and Soho Theatre, as part of Soho Six. Book here.

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh, the Caledonian
Princes Street, EH1 2AB.
Edinburgh Magic
Sats 30 Sept; 7 Oct; 4, 25 Nov; 2, 9, 16 Dec 2023
Saturday evenings: 6pm & 8.30pm (Versailles Suite)
Æ Review: ★★★★☆ Rosy
Kevin Quantum performs an hour of magic that’s fooled some of the most brilliant and creative people ever to have lived, often times with strong links to Edinburgh and Scotland. An elegant, intimate and quite astonishing evening of magic, mystery and wonder in one of Edinburgh’s most historic and enchanting hotels. Book here.