The Assembly Roxy is a multi-functional venue that is situated in a converted church in Edinburgh Old Town. First opening its doors in 2012, the Assembly Roxy is open all year round. Seating capacity is around 250 while standing is around 400. The building is probably most well known for its use during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe but has also been host to top performers such as Seann Walsh. It is also often used as a wedding venue and as a conferencing facility.
The Assembly Roxy is situated in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town on Roxburgh Place and is easily accessible by train, bus, car, plane or foot.
By train and tube: Waverley Train Station is the nearest train station and is located just a 10-minute walk from Assembly Roxy.
By bus: Edinburgh’s main bus depot is just 1 mile away, and practically every local bus route passes nearby the venue.
By car: The Assembly Roxy is situated just of the A7, in the heart of Edinburgh Old Town, not far from the University of Edinburgh.
International: If you are travelling into Assembly Roxy by plane, then Edinburgh Airport is less than 10 miles away, and Glasgow International is around 55 miles away. You can catch a tube at the terminal exit.
Parking is limited to just 20 spaces at the Assembly Roxy, but there is lots of parking available on the street nearby that is suitable for a car or transit sized vehicle. Otherwise, pay and display car parks including multi-storey NCP, can be found within a mile of the venue. The NCP lot has dedicated yellow line spots.
Access for people with special needs
Unfortunately, only part of Assembly Roxy is wheelchair accessible, so please contact the staff at the venue if you have any specific concerns. They do however have disabled toilets available, and guide dogs are most welcome.