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It was converted to its current role in 1979 and was formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 6 July 1979.
The Queen's Hall offers a wide range of events to tempt you all year round - classical, jazz, blues, pop, rock, world, folk and comedy.
During the summer months we host events for the Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.
We can accommodate everyone from a string quartet or a full symphony orchestra, to a full touring rock band and still maintain the excellent natural acoustics of the Hall.
With our well-stocked bar open before and during all concerts, we'll quench your thirst and set you up for the great performance ahead.
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As both composer and conductor, Thomas Adès is one of the most brilliant figures in British music, creating rich, deeply expressive works that inspire the intellect and stir the soul.READ MORE
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Whether you're a superfan or just looking for a great night out, 'Auld Pals - An Evening With The Cast Of Still Game' at The Queen's Hall is not to be missed!READ MORE