Mansfield Place Church on the corner of Broughton Street and East London Street has been used both as a nightclub and Fringe ... More
Mansfield Place Church
Mansfield Place Church on the corner of Broughton Street and East London Street has been used both as a nightclub and Fringe venue, and as a center for community groups. This former Catholic Apostolic church was designed by Robert Rowand Anderson in 1872 and was built in the "High Victorian" style. Its conservation is top of the agenda for several local heritage groups, as it houses a series of fine Phoebe Anna Traquair murals. As a leading member of the Arts and Crafts movement at the turn of the century, she worked for eight years on these artistic gems; they still retain a freshness and luminosity that is breathtaking. The church was bought by the Mansfield Traquair Trust in 1998.
Although there has been a church on this site since 1854, the earliest remains to be found in St Giles'
Cathedral are four pillars which date from about 1120. In 1385, the church was destroyed by an English army ...
This center is easy to find and offers a comprehensive ticketing service for major theaters, Scottish evenings, walking tours, coach
tours, coach travel and entry passes. There's a handy Bureau de Change on site so you can change your ...
A warm, fun atmosphere and helpful, friendly staff make this center a real treat for the uninitiated and experienced brass
rubber. Celtic designs and informative guides provide artistic inspiration and easy to use kits are available to get you ...