King's Theatre Glasgow Glasgow
King's Theatre Glasgow Tickets
The Stamping Ground
A brand new musical about love and pride of place featuring the songs of Runrig.
Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story
Telling the dramatic and musical story of Buddy's life - featuring hits like 'Johnny B. Goode' and 'Shout'.
Five friends from the 90s come back together to see their favourite band from back in the day!
The Ocean at the End of the Lane
A haunting tale of childhood imagination and trauma, this stunning play brings the Neil Gaiman story to life with vivid staging and effects.
Irvine Welsh's PORNO
What has become of the gang in Trainspotting? Set fifteen years later, you're about to find out.
Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet
See this Shakespearean tragedy in a modern, contemporary way in this popular ballet.
The Dolls - Back Wi' a Bang!
The most hilarious gals in Glasgow are back with a bang in their new variety show.
2:22 A Ghost Story
This scary thriller has a star-studded cast that will make you wonder what is truly happening.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Pantomime
Join Snow and her seven friends in this hilarious family panto.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
This family favourite is lovingly adapted from the original Roald Dahl book.
Bonnie & Clyde
This hit cult musical follows the dreadful duo who spent their life escaping the law!
A fantastic new production of David Walliams’ adventure - with a big owl, a tiny ghost and an extremely awful Auntie!
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.