The Liquid Room is situated on Victoria Street in Edinburgh's Old Town quarter. It is in an old 19th-century church, and after a fire raged through the building in 2008, it was refurbished and re-opened in 2010. The club is used for both live music and dance club nights. The venue has two floors with the main dance floor on the first floor. There is also a large smoking area at the rear of the building. The capacity of the club is 800.
Situated at 9C Victoria Street, in Edinburgh Old Town, the Liquid room is easily accessible by foot, by train, bus and car.
By train and tube: The Liquid Room is about a ten-minute walk from Waverley Street station. Head for the High Street and turn to George IV Bridge. Victoria Street is about 100 meters on the right.
By bus: Lothian Buses, numbers 2, 23, 27, 41, 42 and 67, all stop near the club, on George IV Bridge or Grass market.
By car: By car access George IV Bridge from the High Street and turn right into Victoria Street.
International: The city centre is served well by trains, trams and buses from Edinburgh Airport, about 8 miles away. The Airlink 100 Express or the N22 night bus both run from there to the city centre.
There is parking on the side streets if you are lucky, and there are also several car parks (with spots for Blue Badge holders) within about a mile of the club. These include Castle Terrace, Charlotte Square, Distillery Lane and St James Centre. The good news is that the Liquid Room has concessions for many of these, and you can also book a space in advance. Contact the venue for further details.
Access for those with special needs
There is wheelchair access through the side entrance, and there are allocated spaces by the side of the stage. Please contact the venue for further advice.