Located in the heart of Edinburgh's Southside, Summerhall is a multi-arts venue with a varying programme of events that take place all year round, from exhibitions and workshops to gigs and club nights. With a range of spaces including the TechCube, a world-class space for technology startups and an on-site restaurant, bar and cafe, Summerhall has become a hub for creation, education and entertainment, doing much to support Edinburgh's cultural community.
Address: 1 Summerhall
Country Code: GB
Email: [email protected]
Post Code: EH9 1PL
Phone Number: 0131 560 1580
Off-kilter indie-folk from Johnny Lynch.
Ayrshire-born singer who came to prominence as the frontman in indie rock band Idlewild.
Yorkston Thorne Khan
Experimental collaborative group that includes folk singer-songwriter James Yorkston, award winning sarangi player Suhail Yusuf Khan and Jon Thorne, best known as jazz double bass player with electro outfit Lamb.
Scottish folk-noir balladeer.
Joan As Police Woman
American musician, singer-songwriter and producer who began her career playing violin with the Dambuilders and also played with Black Beetle, Antony and the Johnsons and more.
The great Throwing Muses singer on a rare solo tour.
A haunting, sparse mix of deadpan folk and blues from US singer-songwriter Laura Veirs.
Club night with electronic DJs.
Biopic centred around Charles and Yvonne De Gaulle in 1940, as France succumbs to the Nazis.
The Red Collar
WWI drama set in 1919.
New York troubadour, known for reworking traditional folk for the 21st century.
A police chief in northern France attempts to solve the brutal murder of an elderly woman.
All-female Japanese lo-fi pop-punk outfit formed in Osaka in 1981. The trio took a break from touring for 16 years until 2009 when they reformed and began touring regularly throughout Europe. They were a one-time favourite of Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain.
Swedish rock band best known for their 90s hit You and Me Song.
A Flock of Seagulls
The four-piece plays new wave rock-pop.
Canadian indie folk troubadour from Regina, Saskatchewan.
With top producers allowing you to try before you buy, as well as gin talks, cocktails, food stalls and handmade fashions and crafts on sale, the Juniper Festival celebrates all things related to gin.
Juice Vocal Ensemble
Highly rated experimental vocal trio of Anna Snow (soprano), Sarah Dacey (soprano) and Kerry Andrew (alto), mixing alt-classical (basically, art music by people who aren't dead) with folk, jazz, world music, pop and electronica.
Léon Morin, Priest
A priest and a parishioner take up an unusual friendship based on their controversial opinions about religion.
Small Country: An African Childhood
A touching childhood story set during the conflict in Rwanda between ethnicities Hutu and Tutsi - adapted from the book of Gaël Faye.
The Night With... presents Red Note Ensemble
The Night With Presents . . . Emma Lloyd
Massaoke feat. Rockstar Weekend
Tonegarden Studios 10th Anniversary Party
Award-winning Irish singer-songwriter.
Richard Dawson + Circle
London-based four-piece playing rock and Latin tunes.
The Shiny Shrimps Strike Back
The Rose Maker
Adults in the Room
The French Minister
Diplomat Arthur (Personnaz) is hired to write a speech for the French foreign minister (Lhermitte) to deliver at the UN, but it proves unexpectedly tricky. Tavernier's adaptation of a cult French comic book is overly talky, feeling more like a radio play than a film, and the characters are too lightly sketched.
The Night Doctor
The Weather Station
Shortly before the French Revolution, a chef who has been sacked for coming up with his own recipe opens the first restaurant with the help of a mysterious woman.
The Confession (L'Aveu)
Costa-Gavras' historic thriller/drama follows the vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovakia who gets imprisoned and tortured for information. The film is based on the true story of Artur London.
Screen Horizons at Summerhall
Look, No Hands
NEHH Presents... Withered Hand
NEHH Presents... Jenny Hval
NEHH Presents... Kakatsitsi Master Drummers
Pain and I
The Prison Governor
NEHH Presents... Start to End
Taiwan Season: The Whisper of the Waves
John Hegley's Biscuit of Destiny
A Place That Belongs to Monsters
I Am From Reykjavik
Stop Trying to Be Fantastic
Dreams of the Small Gods
NEHH Presents... Auntie Flo (DJ)
Home is Not the Place
In the Weeds by Joseph Wilde, Produced by An Tobar and Mull Theatre
NEHH Presents... Mediterraneo
Guide to Surviving Masculinist Territory
Taiwan Season: Tomato
The Silent Treatment
Age Is a Feeling
How to Be a Better Human
Pickering's Gin Tours
NEHH Presents... Cate Le Bon
NEHH Presents... Talisk
The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying
My Voice Was Heard But It Was Ignored
100% Soul! With the Voices of Virtue Gospel Choir
A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings
Mary, Chris, Mars
Shame on You!
Learning to Fly
The Rest of Our Lives
Two Fingers Up
Something in the Water
Isto é um Negro? (This is a Black?)
Ode to Joy (How Gordon got to go to the nasty pig party)
Lots and Not Lots
NEHH Presents... James Yorkston and the Second Hand Orchestra
NEHH Presents... Revolt
NEHH Presents... Efterklang
The Wild Unfeeling World
Ghosts of the Near Future
D Ý R A
NEHH Presents... Magic Nostalgic
Life Is Soft
Edinburgh Deaf Festival Presents Perspectives with Gavin Lilley
Intruder / Intruz
Say You're With Me – Piano and Creative Coding
NEHH Presents... Christian Löffler
NEHH Presents... Rura
NEHH Presents... Honeyblood
NEHH Presents... Tune-Yards
The Chosen Haram
NEHH Presents... Sacred Paws
Nightlands by Jack MacGregor
One of Two
Move Fast and Break Things
Rajesh and Naresh
A Sudden Violent Burst of Rain
Feeling Afraid as If Something Terrible Is Going to Happen
Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder
The Ultimate Pickle
We Were Promised Honey!
Norwegian artist and writer, known for her incorporation of poetry, prose, performance art and film into her music.
Cardiff post-punk trio.
Edinburgh Ceilidh Club
Live Art in Scotland: Festival Futures
The Great Movement
They Carry Death
A Night of Knowing Nothing
Edinburgh Yoga Festival
Manic Street Creature
Mohsen Amini (concertina), Hayley Keenan (violin) and Craig Irving (guitar) play folk informed by their strong backgrounds in Irish and Scottish music.