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Peter Pan Goes Wrong

Peter Pan Goes Wrong

The award winning team behind The Play That Goes Wrong are back with this hilarious hit!

The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black

Susan Hill's incredibly haunting West End hit is going on tour.

The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner

Already a hit on either side of the Atlantic, this haunting tale traverses cultures and continents following a journey to confront the past.

Scottish Opera - La traviata

Scottish Opera - La traviata

Giuseppe Verdi’s devastating piece – based on Alexander Dumas fils’ novel which was based on a real woman.

Edward Scissorhands

Edward Scissorhands

Matthew Bourne's exceptionally poignant retelling of this cult classic is a must see!

The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps

The classic Tony & Olivier Award-Winning comedy The 39 Steps is back!

Cluedo 2 - The Next Chapter

Cluedo 2 - The Next Chapter

Set in the swinging 60's, this next chapter has a brand new murder!

Life of Pi

Life of Pi

A powerful story of man vs. nature, and how they may or may not... get along.

The Syndicate

The Syndicate

This classic play follows five supermarket staff whose lottery syndicate numbers finally come in!

Burlesque The Musical

Burlesque The Musical

The hit film now gorgeously adapted for the fabulous stage!

Only Fools and Horses the Musical

Only Fools and Horses the Musical

Featuring Del Boy, Rodney, Grandad, Cassandra and more - this is one for the fans!

Aladdin

Aladdin

This all-singing, all-dancing stage adaptation of the Disney film is a must see for families!

What’s On at Theatre Royal Glasgow

Theatre Royal Glasgow welcomes a huge range of events in 2024, from theatre to comedy and opera. Most exciting is the arrival of some top West End shows including Olivier Award-winning book-to-stage sensation Life of Pi in June, lovely jubbly comedy musical Only Fools and Horses in October, and spectacular family show, Disney’s Aladdin, in November.

If laughs are what you need, book tickets now for the silly backstage slapstick with Peter Pan Goes Wrong in March, or if you’re after a classic comedy, The 39 Steps which stops off as part of its UK tour in May.

Want to experience even more culture this year? Other Theatre Royal Glasgow events that should be on your list are the fantastic array of ballets and operas visiting the city including Matthew Bourne's Edward Scissorhands and Scottish Opera's La Traviata.

About the Theatre Royal Glasgow

First opening in 1867 as the Royal Colosseum and Opera House, Theatre Royal Glasgow is the city’s oldest theatre and a Grade A listed building. Originally designed by George Bell, the first President of the Glasgow Institute of Architects, the auditorium was redesigned in French Renaissance style by Charles Phipps after a fire in 1879. A second fire broke out in 1895, in which 65 theatregoers and residents of Glasgow died during the ensuing crush. 

After passing through several owners and guises in the 20th century including television studios for ITV, the building became a home for Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet. It is also a city centre hub for varied events such as seminars, meetings and conferences. In 2005, ATG took over management of the theatre, ensuring that the Theatre Royal Glasgow would continue to provide first-class entertainment including tours of large West End shows. The building was restored in 2014 so that new, stylish contemporary designs could complement the original Victorian charm.

Map and Address

282 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 3QA

The Theatre Royal Glasgow is located next to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, in the Northern part of Glasgow’s city centre. The theatre is close to many transport links and shopping areas, making it perfectly accessible to patrons. Sauchiehall Street contains numerous high street stores and the Buchanon Galleries has more upscale shops, both nearby to the theatre. There are a range of nightclubs, bars and restaurants all within 15 minutes of the theatre, with the Glasgow Film Theatre and the Centre for Contemporary Arts close by.

Frequently Asked Questions

What time does the Theatre Royal Glasgow box office open?

The box office is open in person 90 minutes before the start of any performance and for 30 minutes after.

On performance nights, the box office is open for ticket collection and same-day sales. Please note that advance sales for future performances are not available during this period.

What time does Theatre Royal Glasgow open for a show?

Public spaces in the theatre are open up to 90 minutes before a performance begins, and bars begin serving one hour before curtain up. For a more relaxed experienced, arrive early to avoid the queues for venue entry and bars.

What food and drink are available at Theatre Royal Glasgow?

There are bars on each level of the theatre auditorium, serving a range of drinks and snacks from one hour before a performance begins, and during the interval. 

Customers can also pre-book an Ambassador Lounge package, for bespoke service, when booking tickets online.

Vanilla Black café at Theatre Royal Glasgow is open during the day for coffee, cakes and other snacks.

Does Theatre Royal Glasgow have a cloakroom?

A cloakroom is available but it is only for jackets and coats. Bags and luggage cannot be stored. It is best to avoid bringing any items that cannot be held on your lap during the performance.

Where should I eat near Theatre Royal Glasgow?

The theatre is just a five-minute stroll away from Halloumi. This popular Greek-Cypriot Mezze restaurant serves fresh and authentic dishes crafted by their experienced chefs using only the best ingredients. Alternatively, head over to Bloc, located near Glasgow's historic George Square for live music and a unique menu of street eats, including Irn-Bru infused pulled-pork and double-fried Korean-style chicken.

What is the best hotel to stay at near Theatre Royal Glasgow?

The 5-star Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel is less than ten minutes away from the theatre, offering guests luxurious restored bedrooms amongst Georgian architecture - including a restaurant in the building’s former ballroom. For those on a lower budget, Holiday Inn has comfortable rooms in a convenient location just three minutes’ walk away.

How do I contact the box office?

The box office team can be contacted for booking queries by phone on 0333 009 6690.

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