Edinburgh Playhouse is one of the most important landmarks in the centre of the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh. The venue dates back to 1929 and at first, it served as a cinema. The building was planned by the famous architect John Fairweather, and it was designed to resemble the iconic Roxy Cinema from New York. Nowadays, the Edinburgh Playhouse is a place where patrons can enjoy touring musicals as well as live music performances. The venue has an impressive capacity of 3059 people.