Leith Theatre is a cultural organisation in its fledgling years, operating from a beautiful and locally significant 1930s semi-derelict heritage building in the most diverse area in the city. We are currently on the Theatres at Risk Register. Our purpose is to preserve and bring this heritage building back to the people as a world-class music and performance venue and innovative community asset.
Leith Theatre will explore its own links to Leith heritage, industry and social change through the century it has existed. Come and explore parts of this magnificent building in the heart of Leith, take part in some interesting activities and meet the team behind the current drive towards full refurbishment.
We are currently undergoing works to various parts of the building but will be offering interactive and fun explorations in the Thomas Morton Hall and Crush before allowing groups to discover the heart of the Main Auditorium.
We will be offering a meander through of our original ticket booths and into the Main Auditorium twice during the day, at 11:30am and 2:30pm, gathering in groups in the Thomas Morton Hall. Please note that the ticket booths may not allow all wheelchair sizes access, there is a wheelchair friendly route into the space.
Where to find us
- 28 Ferry Road
- EH6 4AE
Programmes this building took part in: