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Edinburgh Theatres and Halls Past and Present

Also see Glasgow Theatres - Clydebank Theatres

Theatreland Map of Edinburgh 2003

Click the yellow highlights on the map, or links below, to see the relevant theatres

Leith Walk - Site of the Grand Theatre and Tivoli Theatre Playhouse Chambers Street - Site of the Gaiety Theatre, Moss Theatre Of Varieties, Operetta House Ducrow's - Dunedin Hall - Music Hall - First Alhambra - Queens - Hippodrome - Empire Palace - Moss's Varieties - Festival Theatre Royal Lyceum Theatre King's Theatre Theatre Royal

Adelphi Theatre
Alhambra - First
Corri's Rooms
Caledonian Theatre
Ducrow's
Dunedin Hall
Empire Palace
Festival Theatre - Still in Theatrical Use
Gaiety Theatre, Chambers Street
Gaiety Theatre, Kirkgate, Leith
Grand Theatre site
Hippodrome
Jones and Parkers Circus
King's Theatre - Still in Theatrical Use
Moss Theatre Of Varieties
Moss's Varieties
Music Hall
Operetta House
Palladium
Pantheon
Playhouse - Still in Theatrical Use
Princess Theatre
Queen's Theatre and Operetta House
Queen's Theatre
Royal Lyceum - Still in Theatrical Use
Royal Pavilion
Sadler's Well's Theatre
Tivoli Theatre
Theatre Royal, Shakespeare Square
Theatre Royal, Broughton Street

The Stage in Edinburgh - A History from 1859

Arthur Lloyd was born in Annandale Street, Edinburgh in 1839. Horatio Lloyd, Arthur's father, and Arthur Lloyd himself performed in Edinburgh many times. Arthur died, and was buried in Edinburgh in 1904. See also this Extract from Horatio Lloyd's autobiography at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh.