- 1 Summerhall, EH9 1PL
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DescriptionSummerhall presents engaging, challenging, high-quality theatre, dance, literature, visual art and music for people of all ages. Our unique home in the former Dick Vet building of the University of Edinburgh offers atmospheric performance spaces, a buzzy courtyard and an onsite pub, the Royal Dick Bar, with something for everyone to explore, discover and enjoy - “an entire festival in its own right” The Guardian
Box OfficeBox Office Open: 10am - 15 minutes after the start of our last daily show
Linked with Fringe Box Office
Accepts Credit/Debit Cards
We are committed to making your visit to Summerhall an enjoyable experience and we are working to make our venue as accessible as possible. The building is B-listed and is over one hundred years old and not all of our spaces are fully accessible. Our step free access is through the side entrance on Summerhall Square. The Royal Dick Bar and Restaurant is situated to your right as you come in (with a ramp at the rear of the bar) and there is a ramp directly ahead of you that leads to the Reception, Box Office, Shop and Café. We have lift access to some of the First Floor spaces. Further information about individual spaces and shows can be obtained from the Box Office. If you would like more information about the accessibility of particular shows, or if you wish to arrange a familiarisation tour of the venue prior to the festival, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone on 0845 874 3000 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org Our staff are here to help and if there is anything you need assistance with please do not hesitate to ask. http://www.summerhall.co.uk/about/accessibility/
Ramp access is at the side of the venue on Summerhall Square.
Street food and pop-up bars in Summerhall’s Courtyard, a café, restaurant and the famous Royal Dick Bar. 10am-late.
After 22.00 the venue is 18+. If an under 18 year old has a ticket for a show after 22.00, they are allowed to attend the showing but are unable to stay at Summerhall after the performance.