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Awful Auntie

Awful Auntie

A fantastic new production of David Walliams’ adventure - with a big owl, a tiny ghost and an extremely awful Auntie!

Grease

Grease

Get yourself down to Rydell High to experience the feel good musical of the year!

The Wizard Of Oz

The Wizard Of Oz

Follow the yellow brick road with Dorothy and friends in this production with additional songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice!

Peppa Pig's Fun Day Out

Peppa Pig's Fun Day Out

Join Peppa and all her friends for a day full of muddy puddles!

Madagascar The Musical

Madagascar The Musical

The madcap film is lovingly brought to life in all its colourful glory!

& Juliet

& Juliet

Told through some of the most famous pop anthems of the last three decades, this is Shakespeare like you've never seen it before.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

This musical is a staple of musical theatre for a reason - bring the whole family!

Fern Brady - I Gave You Milk To Drink

Fern Brady - I Gave You Milk To Drink

Queen of comedy, Fern, is back on tour with a brand-new stand up tour!

Come From Away

Come From Away

This Olivier award winning cultural phenomenon will leave you with a heart full of human kindness.

Here You Come Again - The New Dolly Parton Musical

Here You Come Again - The New Dolly Parton Musical

A fan-led story told through her catalogue of hits. Here You Come Again is a must see for Dolly fans!

Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express

This new production is a gripping, cryptic, and thrilling murder mystery that will keep you guessing until the very end.

Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers

The classic and poignant musical is back and better than ever!

101 Dalmatians

101 Dalmatians

The iconic film brought to life on stage with incredible puppeteering.

Peter Pan

Peter Pan

A festive family panto once again bringing a smile to those young and old!

Hairspray the Musical

Hairspray the Musical

This fun-filled musical is brimming with show-stopping numbers and dazzling dance-routines!

Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots

Strutting across the country on its fabulous new UK tour!

NOW That's What I Call A Musical

NOW That's What I Call A Musical

Written by award-winning comedian Pippa Evans and choreographed by Strictly Come Dancing legend Craig Revel Horwood.

Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen

Packed with some of the biggest musical theatre songs of the last decade, Dear Evan Hansen is a worldwide viral hit!

An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls

Startling revelations shake the very foundations of well to do lives and challenge us all to examine what we think we know.

The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe

The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe

The aw-inspiring brilliance of C S Lewis returns to the stage.

Chicago

Chicago

This legendary musical features a sultry score with hits like "Razzle Dazzle" and "Cell Block Tango," winning Tony and Olivier Awards!

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical

Explore the amazing journey and extraordinary achievements of a worldwide star in this non-stop musical, showcasing iconic tunes.

Riverdance 30: The New Generation

Riverdance 30: The New Generation

Marking its 30th year, Riverdance 30: The New Generation will tour globally in 2025, sharing its magic with audiences worldwide.

What’s On at King's Theatre Glasgow

King’s Theatre Glasgow events in 2024 promise entertainment for all tastes. For families, the adaptation of David Walliams’ book, Awful Auntie, will be wowing audiences in June. If your kids catch the theatre bug after watching this thrilling show, we suggest booking ahead for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in August or 101 Dalmatians in November.

Other events at King’s Theatre Glasgow to look out for include Grease and jukebox musical & Juliet in Summer 2024. With sharp moves and catchy songs, these are both hugely entertaining nights out. If you want to book even further ahead, make sure you have tickets for Come From Away, the Olivier Award-winning musical that will lift your spirits with its story of community and friendship after tragedy.

About the King's Theatre Glasgow

King’s Theatre Glasgow opened in 1904, intended to be a sister venue for the city’s Theatre Royal. Renowned theatre architect Frank Matcham designed the venue with Art Nouveau and Baroque influences, and it was heralded as one of his most brilliant theatre designs. 

Events that The King’s Theatre has hosted include the Royal Variety Performance in 1977, during which Dolly Parton and The Jackson Five both performed. It was later a main venue when Glasgow was named European City of Culture in 1990. The King's is perhaps best-known however for its annual pantomime, which has featured Scottish greats such as Stanley Baxter, Jimmy Logan and Jack Milroy. The theatre also supports Glasgow’s flourishing amateur theatre groups, packing in appreciative audiences throughout the year.

A traditional building that is recognised as one of the country’s top touring venues, Ambassador Theatre Group took over management of the King’s Theatre in 2002, upholding the presentation of first-class musicals, pantomime, dance and drama.

Map and Address

297 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JN

King’s Theatre, Glasgow, is located on the western end of the city centre. Near the theatre, you can find several places to eat and drink, as well as the Centre for Contemporary Arts; a small gallery and cinema. About 10 minutes away from the theatre you can find the Buchanan Galleries, a shopping centre next to Queen Street Station with access to many restaurants and bars. There are also several museums close by, with excellent transport links on offer, due to the theatre being in the city centre.

Frequently Asked Questions

What time does the King's Theatre Glasgow box office open?

The box office is open for ticket collection 90 minutes before curtains up on performance days.

What time does King's Theatre Glasgow open for a show?

The box office and other public spaces open up to 90 minutes before performances begin, and bars begin serving one hour before the start of a show.

What food and drink are available at King's Theatre Glasgow?

Bars are located on each level of the auditorium, serving a range of drinks and snacks from one hour before the start of a show, and during the interval. Theatregoers can upgrade for access to the Ambassador Lounge whilst booking online, or by calling 0844 871 7648.

Does King's Theatre Glasgow have a cloakroom?

There is no cloakroom at King's Theatre Glasgow, and patrons are advised to bring only small bags into the venue.

Where should I eat near King's Theatre Glasgow?

Independent live music bar and eatery Bloc is a short walk away serving up a mouthwatering menu of burgers and street eats, including regular weekly specials. For theatregoers after European plates, Red Onion on West Campbell Street offers meat, fish and vegetarian options from a pre-theatre or à la carte menu.

What is the best hotel to stay at near King's Theatre Glasgow?

Premier Inn Glasgow City Centre is a couple of minutes away from King's Theatre on foot, and offers reliable, comfortable budget rooms near Charing Cross station. For visitors wanting to spend a little more, the 4 star Hilton Glasgow is less than ten minutes' walk away.

How do I contact the box office?

The bookings and box office team can be contacted by phone on 0333 009 6690.

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