Crush Hall / Foyer
Thomas Morton Hall / Leith Theatre
Pay Boxes
Theatre stalls and circle
Thomas Morton Hall
Main Theatre Stage
View From Balcony
Leith Theatre and statue

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Interim Booking Arrangements Announced

Until we complete the final details of our lease from the Council, please make all bookings directly with Richard Denney. Richard can be contacted as follows: Telephone on 0131 5296173. Email: Richard.Denney@edinburgh.gov.uk, in writing: Richard Denney, Customer Support Officer, Leith/City Centre, Leith Library, 28-30 Ferry Road, Edinburgh, EH6 4AE. We will advise when and how to book through Leith Theatre Trust, once the lease is signed and our arrangements are in place.... Read more

2015 – A Busy Year Ahead at the Theatre Complex

2015 sees The Trust stage a programme of 9 events at the theatre complex. All these events are fundraisers in support of the Leith Theatre Trust and their continuing work to restore and reopen Leith Theatre as a multi function venue. After a successful Burns Night, details of our exciting Leith Theatre Sessions 2015 can be confirmed as follows: Saturday 18th April The Black Diamond Express Miracle Glass... Read more

***SOLD OUT *** Burns Night at the TMH…..

*** NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT **** Why not celebrate Burns Night at the TMH? Saturday 24th January, sees an evening of poetry and music "Neu! Reekie! Burns on Fire..."  at the Thomas Morton Hall. For more on the event and ticketing information visit the event page HERE Neu! Reekie! is supported by Creative Scotland. This event is... Read more

Doors Open Day 2014

As part of the annual "Doors Open Day" organised by the Cockburn Association, the building will be open to the public between 12.30pm and 4.00pm on Sunday 28th September 2014. There will be guided tours, information leaflets/notes and visual displays explaining the history of the building and the Trust's plans for it's redevelopment.
More information on this years... Read more