During the Science Festival, Summerhall hosts art exhibitions, artist talks and interactive events for all ages. This year, you can enjoy the science of gin & tonic, explore Kombucha as a fashion option, peer inside a human heart and much more.
Inspired by folk mythology and how it can be relevant in today’s culture, Dreams of the Small Gods blends aerial circus, masked ritual and performance art to create a world which is as hypnotic as it is surreal.
Inspired by time spent in the Westfjords of Iceland, D ý r a is a multidisciplinary project which uses landscape and sleep as a method for creating sound and exploring altered states of consciousness.
Few in the field of explorative ambient music have remained as questing and unclassifiable as Canadian composer Tim Hecker, who brings both his last record Konoyo and its upcoming companion album Anoyo to Edinburgh this April.
Summerhall curates themed programmes that welcome artists from all over the world. Our Associate Exhibitions provides individuals and organisations with the opportunity to create their own exhibition. Open Wed-Sun, 11am-6pm.
NEHH is a live music programme curated for The Dissection Room. Up & coming musicians can apply for free tickets to shows here.
Summerhall hosts a range of regular events throughout the year.
Events for children and families, plus weekly activities for children aged from 0 - 16 at The Zoom Club.
The programming department looks after the live performance elements at Summerhall, such as Theatre, Dance, Physical Theatre and Performance Art.
Summerhall is home to around 120 companies, artists, designers & more.
With an on-site brewery and Gin distillery, it’s a bar like no other in Edinburgh.
Our cafe opens at 9am for breakfast, we also serve hot and cold lunches, cakes and pastries all day. Our eclectic shop presents a variety of original and interesting items.
We have an amazing variety of spaces ready to accommodate anything from 5 to 500 guests.
Summerhall's extensive archive of events and exhibitions, as well as links to past Fringe programmes.
Arts channel dedicated to capturing the visually weird, the socially radical, and the artistically wonderful including Summerhall’s theatre and gallery spaces, libraries, micro-museums and archives
Radio Summerhall is art, music and culture. An independent radio station based at Summerhall the station is intended as a platform for anyone who needs an outlet to express themselves creatively.
Summerhall, a vibrant cultural village in the heart of Edinburgh. A place where things happen, all kinds of interesting, wonderful and downright inspiring things.