Hidden Door Fest In Full Swing


Posted by to The Blog on May 30th

The Festival runs till Sunday 4 June. The Hidden Door volunteers have been working hard for weeks now transforming the theatre – the stage door entrance has been opened, the glorious plaster work of the proscenium arch has been revealed after decades hidden behind black screens, bits of the old Usher Hall organ that were dumped in the theatre have been used to create a stunning bar in the auditorium, the backstage rooms are full of innovative visual art, theatre and an experimental cinema. Or you can enjoy drama and spoken word performances in the Speakeasy (otherwise known as The Thomas Morton Hall!).

Come along to explore Leith’s hidden gem, open for the first time in 27 years! Food outlets and three bars will help things go with a swing.

Entry is FREE between 12 and 6pm. After 6pm, you have to buy an evening pass which gives you access to all performances. See hiddendoorblog.org for info about what’s on every day and to buy tickets.

Please come along to support the theatre and all the people who have been working hard, some for many years, to save this building for Leith. We can’t do it without you!

Thanks
Leith Theatre Trust

2 responses to “Hidden Door Fest In Full Swing”

  1. Instimg says:

    "Entry is FREE between 12 and 6pm" It sounds so great! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Oliver Terry says:

    very nice, thank you for sharing

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