Venue 305 at the world's biggest arts festival
Each August, Panmure House opens its doors during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as a venue for shows about economics, politics, Scottish heritage, and education.
Fringe-goers and Smith fans alike have attended shows since we became a venue in 2018. Some examples of our shows include a daily panel debate hosted by Merryn Somerset Webb (editor of MoneyWeek magazine), a dramatisation of the life of Adam Smith, and a lecture by financial writer and comedian Dominic Frisby on the ways in which Adam Smith predicted the economics of the Fringe Festival itself. In 2019 we welcomed over 2,300 audience members to the House, and in 2021 we are expanding the styles and themes of our shows.
We hope to welcome you to the House in August 2021, so keep an eye out for our ticket releases and show promotions.