Scotland's original and world famous purpose-built comedy club, The Stand, is not only at the heart of the Fringe, but open 361 days per year. Playing host again to impressive comedy bills, it's not to be missed. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, with cabaret-style seating and standing room. All tickets are general admission and the venue is a mixture of seating and standing. First come, first served, queuing advised.
Round the corner from Stand 1, our little sister club is in its 20th year hosting the latest comedy talent. This intimate studio space is situated in a large, Georgian-style first floor drawing room. The venue is fully seated and has a separate bar and waiting area. For customers with access needs, the first floor is accessible by a steep flight of steps only. This venue is fully seated.
Across the road from the world famous Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1), Stand 3 is one of the largest venue in the Stand family, presenting fabulous productions in a superb large theatre space with its own bar. Venue accessible through courtyard at basement level.
Also across the road from the world famous Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1), Stand 4 is an intimate studio with exciting Fringe débuts. Venue accessible through courtyard at basement level.
The Stand's New Town Theatre
The Stand's New Town Theatre is heralding in a new Fringe age of outstanding Comedy, Spoken Word, Theatre, Music and Interactive Game Play in the New Town area! Situated in the beautiful Freemasons' Hall, built in 1913 (on elegant George Street, between Assembly Rooms and the Edinburgh International Book Festival), the New Town Theatre is a must visit destination. A beautiful Fringe venue with well-equipped and comfortable theatre spaces.
The Voodoo Rooms is a multi-purpose, award-winning entertainment venue, bar and restaurant with three performance spaces and five bars. Catch some of the best Cabaret in the city here!
Harvey Nichols Forth Floor
Overlooking St Andrew Square, take in the fabulous views over the city through the floor to ceiling windows of the Harvey Nichols Forth Floor.