Leith Theatre’s annual Christmas Bash is back and thirsty for more!
Come boogie the night away with friends, family or colleagues all while supporting a great cause!
Tickets are now on sale for at £12 each so get your's quickly before they're all snapped up!!
The Last Days of Mankind is an extraordinary anti war satire written by Karl Kraus in the cafes of Vienna during World War One.
This major new adaptation, created especially for Leith Theatre, brings the work to life in a café style setting, with original songs written and performed by The Tiger Lillies.
Events are free and unticketed. All are welcome.
European participants in The Last Days of Mankind at Leith Theatre, will be joining local artists in a free, four-day, mini festival of European Theatre, curated by Siegmar Schroeder of Theaterlabor, Bielefeld, Germany.
Full itinerary available on Event Page.
B2 are excited to present Sweeney Todd (17-20 October at Leith Theatre).
Performances will take place each evening at 1930 with the addition of a Saturday matinee.
Tickets are £13/£11 and can be reserved by emailing:
You don't want to miss this!
Doors Open Day 2018 is upon us! Come celebrate the fascinating architecture that surrounds us and the stories that these buildings can tell.
Leith Theatre will be open to the public and joining this fantastic event on Sunday the 30th of September from 14:00 - 17:00.
Hope to see you there!!!
Edinburgh Tool Library are teaming up with Station North Tool Library from Baltimore, to offer a free workshop in woodwork basics, with a community benefit. We will be building large planters from reclaimed timber, for the Leith Theatre, to protect their courtyard, and brighten the place up!!
Light on the Shore brings together major bands, artists and collectives to celebrate diversity, virtuosity and originality of Scottish popular music.
Buy tickets: https://www.eif.co.uk/whats-on/
Come along and join us for a cracking evening of music in the gorgeous space of Thomas Morton Hall. The Phoenix Choir Edinburgh - Community Choirs with a Kick!
Dr Peter Lovatt, (aka Dr Dance) explores why we love to boogie in this quirky evening of psychology, science and dancing.
Hidden Door Festival is returning to Leith Theatre for a second year - bigger, better and even more exciting than last year! This multi-arts festival will take place from 25 May - 3 June, both at Leith Theatre and in the old State Cinema just round the corner on Great Junction Street.
Hidden Door is a non-profit, volunteer-run arts festival which brings forgotten and abandoned spaces back to life with art, music, theatre, dance, spoken word, cinema and more.
More information and tickets available from Hidden Door.
Choose Live presents live music in the Thomas Morton Hall from Jamie Sutherland (Broken records solo), Eagleowl, Kid Canaveral (acoustic) and Book Group.
Tickets are £15. Find more information and purchase tickets here.
This is a fundraiser for Leith Theatre. Come along and support local talent and your local theatre!
Pianodrome presents performance poets / musicians Alabaster DePlume and Ed Dowie in the main Leith Theatre, supported by acoustic explorers SiNK and visual sculpture from artist Mettje Hunneman. Profits go towards building a Pianodrome.
Tickets are £10 and can be bought in person at The New Leaf Co-op, 23 Argyle Place, Edinburgh EH9 1JJ or on the door on the night.
Looking for the ideal Christmas night out!? Come boogie the night away with friends, family or colleagues all while supporting a great cause! After a hugely successful event last year we are super pleased to announce our Fundraising Christmas Party on Friday the 15th of December. Where you will be thoroughly entertained by the fantastic band CHIL, followed by DJ Captain Strut until the wee hours. And if that was not enough The Pitt are also providing a buffet style curry included in your ticket price!
Find out more about the story of Leith Theatre.
Celebrate Leith’s heritage at the Leith Heritage Open Day with Custom House, Custom Lane, Leith Theatre’s Main Auditorium and Trinity House all opening their doors to LeithLate17 goers between 12-6pm on the final day of the festival. Explore the maritime artefacts at Trinity House in the Kirkgate, investigate artist studios in Custom House, and view the grandeur of the main auditorium of Leith Theatre with remnants from In The Ink Dark by Luke Pell.
More information here
Come and explore!
In the Ink Dark is a new project from Luke Pell and collaborators. A dance and a poem made from from memory and conversation. Throughout May and June a series of conversations and encounters with different people in Leith and Edinburgh will lead to a week of live dance performances in unique spaces across the city, opening as part of LeithLate17 in the Leith Theatre.
The Phoenix Choir is a community choir from Leith with a kick! They sing music from Marvin Gaye and The White Stripes to Adele and The Spencer Davis Group. The songs will be uplifting, energetic and pack a punch! Join us for a night of music showing off our homegrown talents here in Leith.
Back by popular demand, Wolfpack brings you yet another actioned packed evening of point fighting , light contact and our hybrid bouts. If fighters from your club would like to feature on our evening please get in contact asap so we can begin the match ups. Please remember only 140 tickets available for this event!