The Traverse is Scotland's foremost theatre company dedicated to new work. It produces award-winning new plays and offers a curated programme spanning theatre, dance, music and spoken word.

Address

10 Cambridge Street
Edinburgh
EH 1 2ED

Transport

Parking information
Drop off point at the main entrance. Blue badge parking on Cambridge Street and Grindlay Street. NCP: Castle Terrance (5 disabled bays).
Taxi information
Taxi rank on Lothian Road
Bus/Tram information
Bus stop (Usher Hall): 1, 10, 11, 15, 16, 24, 34, 36, 47, 124.
Train
Haymarket Station 0.6 miles

Venue map

Access service information

Audio Description information
Ask staff for headsets on arrival. All seats have good reception.
BSL Interpretation information
Ask box office for advice on best seating when booking.
Captioning information
All seats have a good view of the captioning screen.

Events at Edinburgh International Festival @ Traverse Theatre

  • Medicine

    Audio Described iconBSL Interpreted iconCaptioned icon
    Wednesday 18th Aug, 8.00pm
    Domhnall Gleeson leads a formidable cast in a new play from revered Irish playwright Enda Walsh. Devastatingly funny and profoundly moving, Medicine examines social responses to mental health concerns, while deconstructing the fabric of theatrical performance.
    Price(s): £37 (concessions available)
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): Christopher McKiddie
    Collect headsets for audio description from staff at the venue entrance. All seats have a good reception.
    BSL interpretation information
    BSL Interpreter(s): Catherine King
    Ask box office for advice on best seating when booking.
    Captioning information
    All seats have a good view of the captioning screen.
  • Medicine

    Audio Described iconBSL Interpreted iconCaptioned icon
    Friday 20th Aug, 8.00pm
    Domhnall Gleeson leads a formidable cast in a new play from revered Irish playwright Enda Walsh. Devastatingly funny and profoundly moving, Medicine examines social responses to mental health concerns, while deconstructing the fabric of theatrical performance.
    Price(s): £37 (concessions available)
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): Christopher McKiddie
    Ask staff for headsets on arrival. All seats have good reception.
    BSL interpretation information
    BSL Interpreter(s): Catherine King
    Ask box office for advice on best seating when booking.
    Captioning information
    All seats have a good view of the captioning screen.