Walter Scott Seance – Tickets On Sale Now!

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sellThe next preview performances of The Walter Scott Seance will take place on Sunday 2nd July and Sunday 16th July at 1.30pm and 3.00 pm each day.

Tickets are available now, but hurry because the last shows sold out in 10 minutes.

This is a fun history, mystery and magic show that takes place in Edinburgh’s gorgeous Signet Library. Guests are shown to a secret chamber that’s rarely open to the public.  This intimate book-lined room contains a number of Sir Walter Scott’s personal possessions, and is said to be haunted.

During the show you will discover the life of Scott, and his fascination with the strange and uncanny. And then, as the chamber darkens, we invite the spirit of Scott to join us.  But fear not, this is a fun-filled show of magic and mystery.

Performances last 50 minutes and are strictly limited to just 30 seats.

Tickets are just £10 (preview price). Suitable for ages 16 and above. We are sorry, but due to the location of the chamber there is no wheelchair access.

To purchase tickets via PayPal, please click the links below.

Sunday July 2nd 1.30pm – Sold Out

Sunday July 2nd 3pm – Sold Out

Sunday July 16th 1.30pm – Sold Out

Sunday July 16th 3pm – Sold out

Please note:
– We don’t issue tickets. Your name will be on the door, but you might want to print out your PayPal confirmation and bring it along.
– Please arrive at The Signet Library about 5-10 minutes before the show.
– Due to the nature of the show, we cannot admit latecomers.
– The Signet Library is located close to the entrance of St Giles Cathedral in Parliament Square.
– If you are interested in dining at the Signet Library before or after the show, take a look at their website. http://www.thesignetlibrary.co.uk/colonnades/

I hope to see you soon!

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One Response to “Walter Scott Seance – Tickets On Sale Now!”

  1. NEIL BLACK Says:

    What a waste of time. Yet again. What is the point of a “society” when it’s impossible to ever get tickets for anything?

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