Located behind the theatre on Potterrow, The Studio is a  flexible space which can accommodate a range of uses from rehearsals and workshops to small-scale performances and festivals.

Address

22 Potterrow
Edinburgh
EH8 9BL

Location

Venue location
Located behind the Festival Theatre on Potterrow.

Transport

Parking information
Pay and display spaces on Chambers Street. Car park Niddry Street. Drop off outside theatre.
Taxi information
Taxi Rank on Nicolson Square.
Bus/Tram information
Bus stops on Nicholson Street 3, 5, 7, 8, 14, 29, 30, 31, 33, 37, X47, 49
Train
Waverley Station 0.4 miles north - level access via Market Street.

Venue map

Venue access information

Lift to all levels. 2 wheelchair spaces at the front.


Events at The Studio

  • Please right back

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    Friday 9th Aug, 7.00pm
    Combining handcrafted animation and bold storytelling, Please right back explores the difficulties children go through when a parent leaves, while celebrating the power of imagination to overcome hardship.
    Price(s): From £22.00
  • Please right back

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    Saturday 10th Aug, 2.00pm
    Combining handcrafted animation and bold storytelling, Please right back explores the difficulties children go through when a parent leaves, while celebrating the power of imagination to overcome hardship.
    Price(s): From £22.00
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): John Cummings & Bridget Stevens
    Touch Tour: 12.30pm
  • Love The Sinner

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    Tuesday 1st Oct, 7.30pm
    Love The Sinner is a beautifully produced fusion of performance poetry, visual theatre and live electronic music, that reflects on the meaning of being human today. In Love The Sinner, we meet seven extraordinary characters as they struggle to comprehend their place in a world bladed with criticism and obsessed with self-betterment. They seek solace, or something else, in a pulsing, brimming Scottish city, as the water rises and the banks of the river threaten to burst. Written and performed by performance poet Imogen Stirling, with live music from electronic artist Sonia Killmann, this collaboration with Vanishing Point was a huge hit with audiences and critics in 202
    Price(s): Tickets from £14.50
    BSL interpretation information
    BSL Interpreter(s): Karen Forbes