St Cecilia's Hall
BUILT TO PERFORM, SURE TO IMPRESS
Located in Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, the beautiful, elliptical St Cecilia's Hall dates back to 1763 and was the first purpose-built concert hall in Scotland. Designed by Robert Mylne for the Edinburgh Musical Society, it is now home to the University of Edinburgh's collection of keyboard instruments. This venue provides a stunning setting for many events, in particular musical performances, recitals, conferences, and other special occasions.
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|Theatre||Cabaret||Classroom||Boardroom||U - no tables||U - with tables||Reception||Dinner|
|St Cecilia's Hall||200||64||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Room Size sqm||Ceiling Height||Stage Area||Blackout Possible||Wifi||Disabled Access||Induction Loop|
|St Cecilia's Hall||-||4.37||-||-||-||Yes||-|