A second release of Early Bird tickets are now on sale for the next Hidden Door.
We're already thinking about the future and we've just released a second limited batch of early bird tickets so you can get on board right now and follow our journey as we hunt for our next venue...
We don't yet know where or when our next event will be, but by grabbing your early ticket now you'll get exclusive updates as our plans take shape, and you'll be saving money!
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ABOUT HIDDEN DOOR
We open up forgotten urban spaces in Edinburgh for the public to explore and discover incredible music, art, theatre, film, dance, spoken word and more.
Through our festivals we reveal hidden parts of the city and showcase new and emerging artists, musicians, theatre and film makers.
Hidden Door is a volunteer-run charity, with our work funded through ticket sales, sponsorship and fundraising. All money goes straight back into the festival and ensuring all of our creative contributors are fairly paid.
This year we opened up the huge former Scottish Widows HQ on Dalkeith Road for a spectacular 5-night party of music, art and performances.
“As Hidden Door has shown so magnificently, a little creative vision can make for an artistically seismic experience – ★★★★★” – Neil Cooper, The Herald
“The Hidden Door team haven’t made life easy for themselves but everyone in attendance is glad that they’re pushing at the limits of what a city festival can be – ★★★★” – Max Sefton, The Skinny
“Most unique of all was The Environments, a promenade tour (following a performance-based workplace “induction” ceremony) of a large, open-plan upstairs hall fitted with bespoke lighting, with simulated foliage growing throughout and timed performances of discordant brass-and-electronic jazz and eclectic dance. It turned the commonplace surroundings into something exciting – ★★★★” – David Pollock, The Scotsman
“An extraordinary achievement – Trees sprouted from floor to ceiling. Neon sprites jabbered incomprehensibly. Weird, wonderful performances popped up unexpectedly in the half-light. It was a delightful, disorienting experience – ★★★★” – Fergus Morgan, The Stage