Eden Court Theatre near our Inverness Hotel
Love theatre? Booking a great-value theatre break couldn't be easier, bringing together the hotel and the show in one convenient package.
Situated a short stroll from Inverness' well renowned Eden Court Theatre you couldn’t be better placed. Eden Court plays host to a great variety of entertainment including West End Musicals, ballet, comedy as well as local and international plays. Before your show, enjoy dinner and drinks in Nico's Inverness Restaurant which is already a local institution famed for great Scottish cuisine that changes with the seasons. After your meal, head to the theatre where you can take dress circle theatre seats and enjoy the show. On your return, indulge in a post-theatre nightcap at our cosy Nico's before heading to off to relax in your overnight accommodation (for 2 people sharing a room) and a full Scottish breakfast from £89 per person per night.
What's On at Eden Court Theatre in 2013?
- Music: Nicola Benedetti, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Yellowjackets, Jai McDowell.
- Theatre: The 39 Steps, Be Silent or be Killed!, The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs.
- Contemporary Art/Dance: BalletBoyz, Enso, Stars from 'Strictly'.
- Comedy: Craig Hill, Andrew Lawrence, Chris Addison
- Film: Banff Mountain Film Festival, Cloud Atlas, Shell.
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EDEN COURT THEATRE INVERNESS
The Eden Court Theatre is a theatre, cinema and arts venue recently refurbished with an extension added, providing a second theatre, two cinema screens, two dance or performance studios, upgraded dressing rooms and extra office space. Also revamped were the restaurant and bar facilities, making the theatre a top class entertainment venue. The theatre can be found on Bishops Road in Inverness.
The story of the Eden Court Theatre
Built next to the Ness River, the Eden Court was opened on the 15th of April, 1976. The opening marked a date for the return of modern performance theatre to Inverness, which had been deprived for the last five years, since the Empire theatre was demolished in 1971. The grand reopening of the Eden Court in November 2007 meant that Inverness became the host of the biggest combined arts centre in Scotland. The reopened theatre has two auditoriums, the main one renamed after the Empire theatre, while the second is called the One Touch Theatre, with 270 seats.
Visiting the Eden Court is only one of the many holiday activities available when visiting Inverness. There is also the option of basing yourself in local Inverness Apartments, such as the Glen Mhor Apartments, that allow you complete flexibility with your holiday arrangements. There is plenty to see, including the world famous Loch Ness.