The Queen's Hall

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  • Address: 85-89 Clerk St, EH8 9JG, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Social, Entertainment, Music And Show Venues, Bars

The Queen's Hall is one of the best music and show venue in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Equipped with brilliant acoustics, The Queen's Hall is a preferred location by many to host musical concerts in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. If you are planning to attend a concert being held at this place, then find the information about it on this page. This includes the address and contact number. Since the entrance fee and timings are susceptible to changes, we request you to check out the official website. You can reach the exact location of the venue without much difficulty by referring to our map. Using the available public transport mentioned on this page, you can easily travel to and from The Queen's Hall. A short description provides you more info about the venue. If you have more details about this place, then you can contribute to this page.

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  • The Queen's Hall Address: 85-89 Clerk St, EH8 9JG, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • The Queen's Hall Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • The Queen's Hall Price: Free
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  • Just phoned to book tickets for a forthcoming LEO SAYER show and my call was answered by Stephanie. What a friendly and helpful person, explaining the seating plans available and able yo answer a my questions, resulting in me booking 4 tickets (1 for wheelchair and 3 able bodied). Wonderful chat and pleased to have booked this venue with many thanks to Stephanie for her help.

  • I love this venue. It's a converted church so you're almost on top of the stage. Nice bar too. Sadly no parking facilities.

  • We'd been before. For small, quite intimate gigs it's a nice venue. Staff were good and toilets fine. 2 criticisms though they didn't affect our enjoyment. The bar needed a couple more staff and was somewhat slow. The other probably can't be fixed but there are quite a few pillars. We were unlucky to be behind one which completely blocked most of the stage. It's not a complaint in the sense that it can't be avoided but best check the seating plan before booking.

  • Beautiful building but not suited as as a concert venue. Booked seats long time ago so can't recall if listed as restricted view if so should have said no view at all. Had been looking forward to occasion but from our seats could barely see any of the artists. Don't think they were assisted by poor sound engineers who judged acoustic completely wrong. Venue: please don't sell left side circle seats when artists can't be seen. Avoid seats A58-69.

  • Went and watched Warlunda here..... Wow, absolutely amazing ❤️ The acoustics were incredible and u could feel all the vibrations through the seats. Would definitely go again and watch a concert. Only downside is room to move between rows of seats, u have 2 stand up 2 let people past but understandable for an old skool building. The experience of the acoustics will take your mind far from letting it bother u ❤️ Highly recommended it!!!

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