Parking for Pleasance Theatre
If you're looking to get into the orchestrated chaos and surreal spectacles offered by the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, be sure to keep an eye on what's on at the Pleasance Theatre. It first opened its doors to Fringe acts in 1985 and, since then, has gone on to become one of its most well-respected venues. The Hamish D Bar keeps audiences topped-up with liquid refreshment and light bites, allowing you to enjoy some of the best names in comedy.
If you've never been to the Fringe, you may not be aware of how challenging car parking can be. We offer a range of car park options across the city, including at Edinburgh Castle Terrace and Edinburgh Scotpark. For quick and convenient parking close to the Pleasance Theatre, the Edinburgh Holyrood Road car park is only a four-minute walk away. Book online for further benefits, including:
- Saving money on our ‘pay for the day’ rates
- A guaranteed car park space
- Dedicated parking for disabled drivers
With luminaries from the world of comedy, such as Mark Watson, Reginal D Hunter and a guy doing King Lear while dressed as Donald Trump performing here, you can enjoy an awesome evening out at the Pleasance Theatre.