King's Theatre GlasgowGlasgow
Seating plan and seat views
Use our interactive seating plan to view 210 seat reviews and 155 photos of views from seat.
Explore the venue
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Map and directions
Whether it is by tube, car, train or on foot, discover essential travel information on how to get to the King's Theatre Glasgow.
Plan your visit
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.
There is no cloakroom at King's Theatre Glasgow, and patrons are advised to bring only small bags into the venue.
A variety of security measures, including bag checks, are in operation at the theatre to ensure the safety and comfort of all visitors. Patrons are encouraged to arrive as early as possible to avoid long queues.
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.
Tuk Tuk is just around the corner from the theatre, serving up dishes inspired by Indian street food for a casual pre-show meal. 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.
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.
Help booking tickets
Tickets can be collected from the box office up to 90 minutes before the start of the performance. Please bring the card you booked with and your confirmation email as this will help the box office team find your booking.
The King's Theatre box office is open for ticket collection 90 minutes before curtains up on performance days.
The bookings and box office team can be contacted by phone on 0333 009 6690.
STAR (Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers) are the industry body that regulates the sale of London theatre tickets. When booking from a company you can check their ticket seller databaseto see if they are registered and conforming to STAR practices. When buying online, you should also check for the padlock in your browser URL bar to ensure the connection is secure.