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Theatre Links:

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The Paisley Arts Centre:

New St, Paisley. PA1 1EZ

Tel: 0141 887 1010

A modern lively centre of activities ranging from serious thought provoking plays through to new up and coming talent.


The Royal Concert Hall:

2, Sauchiehall St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 3NY

Tel: 0141 353 8000 

An excellent venue showcasing theatre and music. They play host to Celtic Connections, one of the greatest gathering of Folk, traditional and modern music in the world. If you haven't been, you owe it to yourself to check it out once!


The Tramway: 

25 Albert Drive, Glasgow. G41 2PE

Tel: 0141 422 2023

They say "Tramway is one of the leading contemporary visual and performing arts venues in Europe. Audiences, visitors, artists, performers and producers seek out Tramway?s unique spaces as a place to create and engage, challenge and question. " Believe me, they are right!


The Tron: 

63 Trongate, Glasgow. G1 5HB

Tel: 0141 552 4267

I have never been disappointed at this venue, even with experimental theatre, the staff are warm and helpful, it would seem because they want to be!

Based in Glasgow city centre the Tron presents a programme of home produced shows, visiting work from Scotland, the UK and abroad, as well as music, comedy and shows including workshops for children and young people.


The Pavilion Theatre:

121 Renfield Street, Glasgow.

Tel: 0141 332 1846

Variety lives, and in a style that it should! The Pavilion is one of the most popular venues for light entertainment. Return to the Forbidden Planet, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Panto makes this a wonderful location for a great night out. Defying all the odds, Glasgow's Pavilion regularly purveys variety to this day. All the more remarkable as it is completely unsubsidised and receives no funding from the Scottish Arts Council and kindred bodies whose thoughts and cash are directed at higher cultural activities. It remains the last stronghold of a long music hall tradition in Europe's City of Culture owing everything to a dedicated staff and patrons and nothing to the public purse.


The Citizens Theatre:

119, Gorbals St, Glasgow. G5 9DS

Tel: 0141 429 5561

Challenging and thought provoking work has showcased here along side Shakespeare. The Scottish Youth Theatre showcase some excellent work at the Citizens, a must for the Theatre Crawl!


The Theatre Royal:

282, Hope St, Glasgow. G2 3QA

Tel: 0141 332 9000 

With it's home company, Scottish Opera, it excels but you also have Scottish Ballet and other world class arts companies such as the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre. A venue which elevates the senses and the appreciation of the Classics.


The Arches: 

253, Argyle St, Glasgow. G2 8DL

Tel: 0141 565 1023

The Arches in Glasgow is one of Europe's leading cultural venues, providing a multiplicity of unconventional and dynamic spaces. We aim to create artistic work and stage performances by professional artists as well as opportunities for new artistic talent - world-class events alongside the new and the experimental.

The Arches always aims to be at the forefront of artistic innovation - to be vital and challenging. At the same time the venue aims to be populist and accessible to all people.


Kings Theatre

297, Bath St, Glasgow. G2 4JN

Tel: 0141 240 1111

The King's, Glasgow is one of Scotland's most historic and significant theatres.

It opened in 1904 as one of the most brilliant designs of the prolific theatre architect Frank Matcham and has played host to top stars and shows ever since. It is home to possibly the very best Christmas pantomime to be seen in the United Kingdom which over the years has featured the Scottish greats including Stanley Baxter, Jimmy Logan, Rikki Fulton, Jack Milroy, Elaine C Smith and Gerard Kelly.