St Serf's Halls as a Theatre


St Serf's Players manage the stage area of St Serf's Church Halls on behalf of Inverleith St Serf's Parish Church.  Any bookings need to be made through the Church, however any queries regarding technical issues or the theatre licence are best made to St Serf's Players.

St. Serf's Church Halls can be organised to provide an excellent 200 seat theatre. The large hall is used as the main auditorium, adjoining the raised stage area. Up to four of the meeting rooms can be used as Dressing Rooms and the small hall can be used to serve interval Refreshments.
The halls have a permanant Theatre Licence, and the kitchen conforms to the current standards for food hygiene.

The theatre is equipped with an Induction Loop system. The halls are entered from a ramp between the pavement and the main door, with no steps to negotiate in order to reach the halls. There is a toilet for the use of disabled patrons, in addition to the ladies and gents toilets. The venue is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

There is ample on-street parking in the local area. The venue is well served by buses, the number 23 bus stops beside the main door, and other buses 8, 14, 17, 21 and 27 within 200m at Goldenacre.

The theatre is available for hire and is used on a regular basis by the following groups and organizations:

St Serf's Players
with shows in December, Spring and Summer

The Scottish Community Drama Association
SCDA - used for their 1 Act Play Festival in February

during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August

For further information about the Theatre and it's technical capabilities please contact Gordon Hughes,
the Theatre Licensee at the Church address, or the user technical in the domain
The email address is specified this way to reduce the amount of email spam!
Please also ensure that any email mentions St Serf's in the subject line or it may be ignored.

In future it is hoped to extend this page with additional technical information about the theatre.