The venues for Veterinary Evidence Today are all excellent examples of the Edinburgh’s amazing architecture, we can’t wait for you to see them!
Veterinary Evidence Today is being held in one of Edinburgh City Centre’s largest and most impressive event spaces.
Timeless elegance and beauty combine with everything you would expect from the most modern of venues: enormous crystal chandeliers, gleaming gold leaf and giant gilt mirrors reflect the history and tradition of the building, while the very latest technology has been discreetly incorporated following an extensive restoration.
The Assembly Rooms is located on George Street which runs parallel to the famous Princes Street, it’s a great central location that is accessible from any central hotel. The venue can easily reached by tram from hotels in Haymarket.
The Evidence Awards will be held at the prestigious venue, The Hub. Located at the top of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, The Hub is the home of the Edinburgh International Festival, and is a unique event venue in the centre of the city. Its gothic spire – the highest point in central Edinburgh – towers over the surrounding buildings below the castle.
The Evidence Awards will be held in the Main Hall, a vibrant and elegant space with enough space for lots of Ceilidh dancing! One of the unusual features of this venue is the entirely unique sculpture hall. The Hall is decorated with over 200 plaster figures on the shelves, designed by Jill Watons, representing past festival performances of dance, music, theatre and opera – look at the top row, it shows the audience applauding the performers below.
Sceptical Vets will be held in this beautiful listed building, which showcases all the traditional features of what was originally the St Thomas Episcopal Church.
Ghillie Dhu is tucked in at the West End of the city centre, close to Haymarket Train station. Alongside the Public Bar, there is the Auditorium where Sceptical Vets will be held, its impressive interior includes candlelight chandeliers and a bespoke organ pipe display.