Not Just A Rehearsal Space.
What springs to mind when you hear the terms ‘coworking’ and ‘social innovation’? Simply buzzwords being thrown about at the moment?
Here at The Melting Pot, we are Scotland’s pioneers of socially innovative coworking, providing a space for forward-thinking people to bring something positive and transformative into the world.
And now, we’re thrilled to announce that we are listed as an official Fringe rehearsal space.
So, this is a call to performers and workers based in beautiful Edinburgh this Fringe, or any others who could benefit from using this space – we would LOVE for you to join us.
Everybody involved in the festival will enjoy a discounted rate, so why not come along and enjoy all that we have to offer? Or if you know of anyone who might be interested, please spread the word!
The Heart Of Edinburgh
Despite being located right in the heart of Edinburgh, our lovely premises has remained under the radar for Festival-goers – which is excellent news for you!
An ‘oasis of calm’ awaits you four floors up from the hustle and bustle of Rose Street, perfect for catching up with work or perfecting your routines for upcoming performances.
We really are a few minutes walk from Edinburgh Waverley Station, and right next door to Marks & Spencers
Check out our affordable, easy to book rooms and coworking space below. You can find out why we’re so confident you’ll love it here as much as we (and Edinburgh locals) do! 😃
Fringe Rehearsal Space For You
Here’s What We Bring To The Table (… or Desk?)
Our Rehearsal Space
Perfect that routine in a bright and spacious room!
Introducing Edinburgh’s latest Fringe rehearsal space in one of Edinburgh’s best venue hire services.
At 100 square feet and with the capacity to hold up to 100 people, this room is ideal for refining those fantastic dance moves or making sure your monologue is as tear-jerking as possible.
Or need a quiet setting to do some last-minute filming? No problem!
From only £25 an hour (excl VAT), the rehearsal space offers computer & audio visual, microphones, flip chart, whiteboard wall space, facilitator’s tool kit and Edinburgh’s finest fresh cold water.
If you need open space, don’t worry – the chairs and tables pictured below can easily be moved aside or tucked away depending on your needs. 😊
Our Meeting Room
With a (partial) view of Edinburgh Castle!
In a boardroom style set up, our meeting room can comfortably fit 10 people (or 12 if you don’t mind squeezing in)!
From only £10 per hour (excl VAT), this is the perfect room to host a group of people, whether that’s for an important presentation, or just to brainstorm ideas.
We also provide additional services including teleconferencing and interview hosting services, should you need them, with our excellent hosting staff to welcome candidates into the workspace.
While the room must be booked for a minimum of 2 hours, our comfy chairs make for a fun event, no matter the duration! 📝
Our Pod Space
A small space with huge potential!
Separated from the open-plan workspace, the compact pod is the ideal option for those looking for a one-to-one chat.
Fitting up for 4 people, it’s an excellent option for hosting an interview or engaging in a private discussion.
From only £10 per hour and boasting peak comfort, why not make the most of this bright and inviting booth set-up this Fringe? 👏
Our Coworking Space
Grab a desk and a cuppa!
Our office is a productive place to get your head down and into your work and you are only a stone’s throw away from all the festival action.
You can get a desk starting at only £10 (inc VAT) with wi-fi and unlimited organic/fair trade tea and coffee all-inclusive.
For a small fee, we can do your printing for you too!
The best part of all is the array of warm and engaging people you’ll be surrounded by.
It’s a great place to meet like-minded folk and tap into the inspiration budding in the air! So what’s stopping you? 😜
How to Find Out About Fringe Rehearsal Space
You can call us on +44 (0)131 243 2626
Email us here
If you are planning ahead, why not book a quick tour? 👀
Featured image by Hugh Simmons