Theatre Royal Glasgow Glasgow
What's On at the Theatre Royal Glasgow
Six the Musical
Divorced, beheaded, LIVE! This pop-concert musical remixes history to tell the story of Henry VIII's wives in dazzling, sing-out style.
The Lavender Hill Mob
The men who broke the bank and lost the cargo are back! Starring Alec Guinness in its the world premiere stage adaptation.
Home, I'm Darling
All is not as it seems with this old school domestic goddess in this comedy drama.
Scottish Opera - Puccini's Il trittico
A trio of one-act operas about love and loss, full of heartbreaking tragedy and comedic farce.
Wish You Were Dead
Adapted exclusively for the stage, this thrilling instalment of Peter James crime series sure to thrill fans of the genre.
Join 9 year old Davie who goes on a swashbuckling adventure discovering all the things he's never tried!
Scottish Ballet - A Streetcar Named Desire
See Tennessee Williams' classic tale, as you've never seen it before.
The Beekeeper of Aleppo
A touching story of love and incredible endurance for Syrian artist Afra and her husband, The Beekeeper of Aleppe.
Scottish Opera - Bizet's Carmen
Bizet’s classic opera of jealousy, lust, and life outside the norms of society gets a brand new, updated production.
An Inspector Calls
Join the Birling family as their dinner is interrupted by the mysterious Inspector Goole in this acclaimed production of the classic play.
Based on the hit film starring Dolly Parton and Julia Roberts, this stage version is lovingly brought to life.
From Magic Goes Wrong, the worst psychic in the world takes his own show on the road - who asked him?!
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 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 Directions
Plan Your Visit
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.
Help Booking Tickets
On performance nights, the box office is open from 6pm for ticket collection and same-day sales, and remains open until 8pm. Please note that advance sales for future performances are not available during this period.