Central Hall

Central Hall
West Tollcross, Edinburgh, EH3 9BP
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Central Hall, near Tollcross, is a general purpose venue hosting launches, school concerts, banquets and a range of entertainment events. It has a 1,000 person capacity.

Central Hall was built by the Methodist Church and opened in 1901.

Events at this venue

There are 6 events at this location

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Big Love

Big Love - Charles Mees adaption of Aeschylus The Suppliants is a modern reexamination of western norms regarding gender and sexuality. Fifty women, arranged to be married, escape their bondage in search of independence. When their fifty grooms pursue them to enforce the wedding contract, conflict ensues raising issues of…

Thu 16 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Brollies and Bumbershoots

Brollies and Bumbershoots. Where would Mary Poppins be without her umbrella as a means of transport? For that matter, the umbrella has proven a painters muse for centuries, not to mention a weapon adopted by the fair sex to defend themselves from ruffians and hooligans. Whether a sunshade or a parapluie, a royal accessory…

Thu 16 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Fri 17 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Building Emily Warren: The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge

Award-winning Thespian Troupe #7892 presents an original musical on the life and times of Emily Warren Roebling, the first woman field engineer. Website includes bios of the cast and crew, photos and videos from rehearsals, historical information, and song samples.

Thu 16 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Intro to Chicano History: 101

From the deep-rooted traditions of Chicano Teatro - a little Brechtian agitprop, Mexican vaudeville and social justice street theatre, we bring you this exploration and celebration of the history and culture of Mexican Americans, told through comedy, music, and drama. From the conquest of Mexico to the Mexican revolution…

Fri 17 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Shadow Hour

In the creepy traditions of the classic American television shows The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery, this collection of medieval tales comes to bone-chilling life in a journey into the unknown. Witness several macabre stories where the wicked are brought to justice and the righteous prevail as a host of shadowy figures…

Thu 16 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Fri 17 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Vox: A Fairy Tale for a New Age

Vox: A Fairy Tale for a New Age is a new work inspired by real-life occurrences in the life of Rowlett High School students. Our website has more information about our journey creating the show and the events inspiring its creation.

Fri 17 Aug

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Auditorium

£5 / 0131 447 9787

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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