Venue during the annual three week-long Edinburgh Festival Fringe. We have one space, The Main Room with 80 seats. We moved to UCC in March 2017 having been asked for £££stupid by Edinburgh City Council for the rent at St Bride’s Centre, our venue since 2005.
A Lively and welcoming theatre, cinema and gallery space in the heart of Kirkcaldy.
The Sir John Wilson Town Hall is used for both professional and amateur/community based events.
Since its opening over a hundred years ago, the Albert Halls has been at the heart of Stirling’s artistic and civic life, attracting many high-profile concerts and conferences and acting as a focus for the local community. The Halls are only a few minutes walk from Stirling City Centre.
An excellent venue for live acts, celebrations and corporate events. With level access, wi-fi, projector, screen, surround sound and stage lighting it is a fully equipped modern stylish hall
Ayr Phoenix Folk Club, as the name implies, has risen from the ashes of the old Ayr Folk Club which ceased operating many years ago. The Club is the brainchild of John “Pat” Lappin, a stalwart of the folk scene in Scotland and beyond. He is assisted by Jim Scullion, a retired academic with a fondness for folk and traditional music.