Glasgow Theatre Breaks

Glasgow's theatres range from the small and historical Glasgow Pavillion, to larger, more modern venues such as the Royal concert hall (home of the Scottish opera).

Visitors to Glasgow will find a wealth of first class performing arts available year-round in the region. From Ballet to Classical, Opera to Pantomime, Stand-up to Symphony - there truly is something for everyone. The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama is Scotland's conservatoire for music and drama and the building is also fully equipped as an arts centre and conference venue. Glasgow's International Jazz festival, one of the UK's finest, plays host to many great names in Jazz as well as promoting popular and accessible free and paid concerts in a wide range of music styles.

Scottish classical music is also well represented by the Royal Concert Hall at with the biggest event being on the 22nd November 1993 when, for the first time ever, the Scottish orchestras played together; the RSNO, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the Scottish Opera Orchestra, and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.

The Royal Concert Hall
2 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 287 2511
Open: Mon– Sat (10am - 5pm)

The Citizens Theatre
119 Gorbals St.
Tel: 0141-429 0022
Open: Mon to Sat (10am - 6pm)

Theatre Royal
282 Hope Street, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 332 9000

The Pavillion Theatre
121 Renfield Street,
Tel:0141 332 1846

The Royal Scottish Academy of
Music & Drama

100 Renfrew Street,
Tel: 0141 332 4101

The Kings Theater
297 Bath Street
Tel: 0141 240 1111

Tramway Theatre
25 Albert Drive
Tel: 0141 422 2023


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