CHURCH HILL THEATRE
The Church Hill Theatre, which
was originally Morningside Free Church and like Christ
Church, it was built by the Edinburgh architect Hippolyte
Blanc (1844 – 1917), renowned for his buildings
in the Gothic revival style.
Run by the Assembly Rooms, it is a popular venue
at the Edinburgh Fringe and it is also the home to
many of the city's amateur theatre companies.
The theatre reopened in August
2006 after extensive refurbishment to the public
areas including the foyer, café bar area and
installation of a new extension which provides lift
access to the Auditorium.
The venue comprises of 2 areas
Theatre the auditorium seats 353
and has 4 dressing rooms.
Studio this space can accommodate
rehearsals, meetings and parties with a capacity
of up to 130 depending on the use of the space.
If you would like to view the Church
Hill Theatre please telephone: The Front of House
Manager on 0131 220 4348 to arrange an appointment.
For more information about this
venue and its facilities please telephone the Events
Team - 0131 220 4348
or email: email@example.com