Venue Information

THE ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE

LyceumGrindlay Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9AX

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The Royal Lyceum Theatre is a beautiful Victorian building which was built in 1883 and is located next door to the Usher Hall. An impressive and traditional venue, perfect for magical experience.

Facilities:

  • Wheelchair spaces in Auditorium
  • Street Level Access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Lift access to all levels of the theatre
  • Cafe and bar will be open 30 min before the show and during the interval

www.lyceum.org.uk

ASSEMBLY ROXY

Lauriston Castle2 Roxburgh Pl, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh EH8 9SU

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For one hundred years Lady Glenorchy’s Church has graced Edinburgh with its beautiful spaces, great location and stylish attributes. Now run by Assembly Roxy it has become a multi-functional arts centre.

Roxy Central retains many of its original features from its days as a Church. It is now a large open space with a stage/altar at one end and a bar at the other.

Facilities:

  • Street Level Access
  • Wheelchair spaces in auditorium
  • Accessible toilets on the ground floor
  • Bar will be open during the show

LAURISTON CASTLE

Lauriston Castle

Lauriston Castle, Edinburgh


2a Cramond Rd South, Davidson’s Mains, EH4 5QD 

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When you step inside Lauriston Castle, you see it just as it was in 1926, when it was left to the nation by the last private owner, Mrs Reid. The Castle and the collections it contains is one of Scotland’s greatest gifts. Collections include, Italian Furniture, Sheffield Plate, Crossley Wool Mosaics and Blue John ornaments. As any castle Lauriston has a few secrets to share which creates a perfect setting for the art of magic.

Facilities:

  • Please note, the Castle is not currently accessible by wheelchair users. Access is by stairs only because of the historic nature of the building.

www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk

SCOTTISH STORYTELLING CENTRE

SSC43-45 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1SR

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The Scottish Storytelling Centre will host MagicFest shows in 99-seat Netherbow Theatre. The Centre is an award-winning public building designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects, halfway along Edinburgh’s Royal Mile which includes the historic John Knox House.

This venue, with its friendly and welcoming atmosphere and a small café for meeting friends is a great place for experiencing the art of magic.

Facilities:

  • Wheelchair spaces in Auditorium
  • Street Level Access through John Knox House
  • Accessible toilets on all floors
  • Cafe open daily 10am-6pm

www.scottishstorytellingcentre.co.uk

WRITERS’ MUSEUM

Writer’s Museum

Lawnmarket, Lady Stair’s Close, Edinburgh EH1 2PA

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The Writers’ Museum occupies historic Lady Stair’s House, built in 1622 by an Edinburgh merchant burgess. Its name remains associated with Elizabeth, Dowager Countess of Stair, an early 18th century owner. The building was gifted to the City of Edinburgh in 1907.

Facilities:

  • Please note, the Writer’s Museum is not currently accessible by wheelchair users. Access is by stairs only because of the historic nature of the building.

www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk

TRAVERSE THEATRE, MAGICFEST XMAS VENUE

Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

10 Cambridge St, Edinburgh EH1 2ED

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The Traverse Theatre was originally founded to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh festivals throughout the year. Today, the Traverse is proud to deliver its year-round mission of championing creative talent by placing powerful and contemporary theatre at the heart of cultural life – producing and programming urgent and diverse work spanning theatre, dance, performance, music and spoken word.

Facilities:

  • Street Level Access
  • Wheelchair spaces in Auditoriums (please reserve when booking)
  • Full info on accessibility is available here
  • Accessible toilet
  • Cafe and bars will open till late
  • Confectionary

www.traverse.co.uk