Edinburgh Theatre

Edinburgh Theatres

Scotland’s capital comprises historic sites and undulating landscapes. Arthur’s Seat, the Royal Mile, and the annual Edinburgh Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle are among its most famous attractions, along with Holyrood Palace, Queen Elizabeth’s Scottish residence. Edinburgh theatre is the pride of the UK. Well known for its theatre and arts scene, it hosts the world-renowned Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Edinburgh International Festival each year. Edinburgh Playhouse opened in 1929 and comprises 3,000+ seats, making it the largest theatre in the UK by audience capacity. Its programme includes touring productions of West End musicals and plays, concerts and stand-up comedy. The theatre is said to be haunted by a ghost called Albert.