Edinburgh Festival Fringe
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Unitarians in Edinburgh welcome people of all faiths and none at our 11.00am Sunday Services, and to our Festival month Programme of Music and Speech
Our early 19th century Church, designed by the Scottish Architect David Bryce, combines an oasis of city centre quietness with excellent acoustics and intimate space; and for the really discerning there is the gentle murmur from nearby Princes Street Gardens.
The Traverse Theatre is along the street, the Lyceum Theatre and the Usher Hall around the corner, and the Film House, Odeon, Central Hall and King's Theatre, are just a few minutes walk up Lothian Road.
For information on bringing your performance to St Marks during the festival contact email@example.com
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Disabled Access and Tickets
Wheelchair access is by ramp, with supervision or with available assistance
Tickets and Advanced Bookings for all performances are available at the door, from noon to 8.00pm daily during the festival; or through the Fringe Box Office for Fringe Performances
|For Fringe telephone bookings call||0131 226 0000|
|Tickets also available from the Usher Hall Box Office call||0131 228 1155|
For St Mark's Festival Programme click here....
Tickets and Advance Bookings for all performances are available at the door from noon to 8.00pm daily, or during the times of performances outside these hours.
Fringe Box Office
Tickets and Advance Bookings for all performances are available from Fringe Box Office, 180 High Street, Edinburgh. Telephone 0131 226 0000 or www.edfringe.com
Please note that Customers may be charged a handling fee for telephone bookings and a commission for credit card transactions. The Venue Box Office at St Mark’s artSpace , 7 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh does not take telephone bookings or credit card transactions (cash machine is close by).