- 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh, EH9 1PL
- 0131 560 1580
- Location: Newington
- Parking: Yes
- Sector/Specialism: Creative, Tech, Arts
- Demonstration Rooms
- Lecture Theatre
- Residency Mentorships
- Theatre Space
A Stand-alone hub for Artistic Endeavour and Creativity
Formerly the Royal School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, the spectacular Summerhall building has been revitalised as a create hub for the arts. With a plethora of unique and inspiring workshop and studio spaces, Summerhall offers creative individuals and companies’ unrivaled facilities to grow and develop. As well as being Edinburgh’s Venue 26 during the Fringe Festival, Summerhall plays host to year round events, conferences and exhibitions making this a true centre for the arts.
Delivering Business Support & Art in Equal Measures
Encompassing Techcube (the tech stat-up initiative), Summerhall also provides a host of diverse artist residency spaces which offer the facilities and assistance to help creative professionals to build new ideas and aspire to success.
Their program provides a creative and collaborative space alongside fees, mentorships, master classes and opportunities to travel to see other works and performances.
Summerhall provides an inspiring array of venues, creative spaces and opportunity to network and collaborate that make it one of Edinburgh’s finest hubs for inspiring creativity and collaboration between both tech and artistic start-ups and entrepreneurs.
Summerhall provides a host of inspirational social spaces out-with the extensive array of event venues it houses. With a host of workshops, a cafe and bar, lecture theaters and an assortment of galleries, Summerhall acts as a creative inspiration for its tenants as well as embodying the collective creativity found within its walls.
In the end, we are all here to help Scotland to grow. To create jobs and to create a more vibrant sustainable economy.
It's a real resource for us here in Edinburgh... I think the potential is really quite significant.
I adore the way that young people are really making Edinburgh a centre of influence.
You just need to be singing your song and making a noise in this part of the world so that you attract people to work here.
Founder of Techcube