Are you a Fringe performer? Host your next event at Deaf Action’s historic home in Edinburgh’s New Town
As well as hosting our own festival events, our venue is available to book all through the festival season. Our listed building in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town has a number of performance spaces, including a converted church, and a bar/café area for those who want to enjoy a performance with a drink or a snack.
The oldest deaf organisation in the world, Deaf Action has been an integral part of Edinburgh’s deaf community since its establishment in 1835. Our premises in Albany Street have served as a cornerstone for community engagement, education, and empowerment for generations. Now, we’re excited to open our doors to the Fringe Festival community, inviting you to be a part of our rich history.
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Food & drink
- The Blackwood Bar will be open throughout the day serving a selection of sandwiches, snacks and soft drinks
- The bar also serves a range of alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages
- Deaf and hearing audiences welcome
- Wheelchair access throughout
- Lifts to performance areas
- Hearing loop in performance areas
Deaf Action is registered as an official Fringe Venue and offers four registered spaces where performances and events can take place. From exhibitions and workshops, to spoken word, theatre and comedy, our premises offer the perfect setting to showcase your talents and connect with audiences from near and far.
A venue with a conscience
When you book our venue, you’re not only gaining access to a unique space – you’ll also be playing your part in promoting a more accessible and equal society. Proceeds from venue hire directly fund Deaf Action’s vital projects and services for deaf people and our communities.
If you have any questions about venue hire or our spaces, please contact the festival team on email@example.com