Queens Hall

REVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan, Queen’s Hall


It’s not just during a meltingly fluid version of Radiohead’s True Love Waits that the Queen’s Hall shimmers under the spell of Camille O’Sullivan. Although the light reflecting off a mirrored fascinator half-obscuring her face dances across the walls and ceiling during the number, the singer’s presence flits and soars throughout the venue during the […]

PREVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan: Feel – Queen’s Hall, 8 May

For the past several years, Camille O’Sullivan has been a highlight of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, with her powerful and moving renditions of songs by classic and modern artists. Last year was no exception, with Feel gaining a string of five-star reviews and sell-out performances. Camille will of course be back in August, where she’ll […]

PREVIEW – Edinburgh Bands Together for Haiti, 7 March, Queen’s Hall

On Sunday 7th March at the Queen’s Hall, 8 bands and over 50 musicians will join forces to create a rocking night to remember to raise funds for the victims of the Haiti earthquake. The music will be a fantastic mix of rock, jazz, blues, soul, tamla and Afrobeats; anyone attending is sure of a […]

EVENT – Poets for Haiti, Queen’s Hall, 28 Feb

Original press release: The Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, is to lead a once-in-a lifetime line-up of award winning Scottish and UK poets in Edinburgh to raise funds for the Haiti earthquake disaster appeal. 20 of the foremost poets in the land are coming together for an unforgettable evening of the finest poetry for the […]