George Square Gardens
About George Square Gardens
George Square is a city square in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is in the south of the city centre, adjacent to the Meadows. It was laid out in 1766 outside the overcrowded Old Town, and was a popular residential area for Edinburgh\'s better-off citizens. In the 1960s much of the square was redeveloped by the University of Edinburgh.
They have proved during previous Fringe Festivals to be a versatile and stimulating performance space, but it is also maintained to a high standard throughout the year showing off its classical Georgian layout.
Upcoming Events at George Square Gardens
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Join the Surgeons Hall Museums on their walking tour through Edinburgh’s old town and hear tales of old Edinburgh, disease, dissection and curious methods of treatment.
Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket trail will be taking to the streets of Edinburgh this summer with life-size, individually decorated Oor Wullie sculptures waiting to be discovered, for everyone to enjoy!
This exhibition encourages us to examine our own ideas around mental health and aims to show how, even now, many older stereotypes and ideas about these conditions remain unchanged.
Celebrate all things great in food & drink when the Edinburgh Food Festival returns to George Square Gardens!
The international, award-winning smash-hit musical based on the blockbuster film, The Bodyguard is back at Edinburgh Playhouse in July with Alexandra Burke returning to the role of Rachel Marron!
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