Edinburgh Theatres & Cinemas
A list of Edinburgh Theatres and Cinemas with
Websites, Telephone Numbers, Images and links to
Maps, and Reviews.
The centre of Edinburgh is around Waverley Train
Station and the Balmoral Hotel.
The Usher Hall, Lyceum Theatre, and Traverse
Theatre, are all situated next to each other looking
onto Lothian Road, on the south end of Princes
For a quick look at Whats On at these venues, view
Click on Post-Codes for Maps & Reviews. Click
on the Venue on the Map for Reviews.
18-22 Greenside Place. 0.4 of a mile from the north
end of Princes Street down Leith Street, a former
cinema that now hosts touring musicals and music
concerts with a capacity of 3,059. Tel: 0333 009
Website . atgtickets.com .
Lothian Road. Off the south end of Princes Street,
one of the top concert halls in the world that has
hosted some of the greatest concerts and events in
the city such as The Rolling Stones. Tel: 0131 228
Website . EH1 2EA . Large Image
Grindlay Street, off the south end of Princes Street,
down Lothian Road. The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company
is in permanent residence in the Lyceum building,
perform for up to 48 weeks of the year. Tel: 0131 248
Website . EH3 9AX . Large Image
10 Cambridge Street, off the south end of Princes
Street, commissions and develops plays or adaptations
from contemporary playwrights. It also hosts
productions from across the UK. Tel: 0131 228
Website . EH1 2ED . Large Image
13-29 Nicolson Street. 0.4 of a mile southeast of
Waverley Train Station along North Bridge past the
Royal Mile, hosts a year round programme of music,
dance, comedy, ballet, family shows, opera and
musicals. Tel: 0131 529 6000.
Website . EH8 9FT / Reviews
2 Leven Street. 1.2 miles southwest of the City
Centre down Lothian Road, a great choice of plays and
dramas as well as the home of Scotland's top
Pantomime and a venue for Edinburgh's local amateur
societies. Tel: 0131 529 6000.
Website . EH3 9LQ / Reviews
Ladywell Way at Musselburgh, 5 miles east of
Edinburgh Centre. The best in quality music, theatre,
dance and film year round with shows suitable for all
the family. Also with a classical music and dance
programme. Tel: 0131 665 2240.
Website . EH21 6AA /
88 Lothian Road south end of Princes Street, 3
cinemas open seven days a week. Cinema One shows the
latest international releases. Cinemas Two and Three
show a wider range of material from the history of
world cinema. Tel: 0131 228 2688.
Website . EH3 9BZ / Reviews
118 Lothian Road. South end of Princes Street, one of
the oldest cinemas in Edinburgh that shows new
mainstream films so is normally very busy at
weekends. For popular films, best get there early.
Tel: 0333 014 4501.
Website . EH2 8BQ / Reviews
Omni Centre Edinburgh
28 Greenside Row. Just off the north end of Princes
Street up Leith Street with 12 screen View Cinema,
Restaurants and Bar Diners such as: Cosmos, Nandos,
Slug & Lettuce, Tony Macaroni and Wetherspoons.
Tel: 0131 524 7770 .
Website . EH1 3AU / Reviews
38 Home Street. 1.3 miles southwest of Waverley Train
Station dow Lothian Road. The Cameo Cinema opened in
1914 as the King's Cinema, one of the oldest cinemas
in Scotland still in use. Was converted to a
three-screen Picturehouse in 1992. Tel: 0871 902
Website . EH3 9LZ / Reviews
130/3 Dundee Street. 1.6 miles southwest of Waverley
Train Station, half of a mile from Haymarket Train
Station. A 13 screen multiplex with a total seating
capacity of 3,022, with the largest screen having 527
seats, down to the smallest seating 88. Tel: 0330 333
Website . EH11 1AF /