The Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow was built in the late 1980s and was officially opened in October 1990 by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal. Located in the heart of the city, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is one of Scotland's most prestigious venues hosting world renowned classical, jazz, pop, rock and folk artists and staging nearly 250 performances each year.
The O2 ABC Glasgow hosts over 400 events annually and has staged some unforgettable live performances over the years, welcoming both international artists and rising stars including Adele, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars and many more. The O2 ABC Glasgow has also become well known for its regular club nights, especially the legendary Love Music, with an explosive mix of indie, electro, soul and rock.
The Theatre Royal presents a wide variety of drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children’s theatre. The Theatre Royal is home to Scotland’s resident companies, Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet. It is also a unique City Centre venue for conferences, meetings and seminars. The Victorian auditorium and stylish contemporary corporate areas provide privacy and flexibility for many occasions. The Theatre originally opened in 1867 and is the oldest Theatre in Glasgow. In March 2005 Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) took over the management of the Theatre Royal, and it continues to present first class entertainment for all ages.
The Glasgow Pavilion Theatre is one of Glasgow's oldest theatres, having opened on 29 February 1904 as a music hall theatre. The Pavilion Theatre is now the only privately run theatre in Scotland and one of a few unsubsidised independent theatres left in Britain. From our legendary pantomimes to the shows, musicals, singers, comedy acts, magicians and hypnotists we regularly present, you’re sure to enjoy a visit to the Pavilion.
The King's Theatre Glasgow is one of Scotland's most historic and significant theatres presenting first class musicals and pantomime alongside a wider range of drama, dance and comedy. No cameras, video cameras or audio recording devices. No food, bottles or cans to be brought into the venue
The SSE Hydro is a purpose built entertainment venue located within the Scottish Event Campus which opened in Glasgow in September 2013. The SSE Hydro plays host to national and international music megastars as well as global entertainment and sporting events. With a seated capacity of 12,000, The SSE Hydro stages over 140 events and attracts an audience of more than a million visitors each year.
The SEC Centre is Scotland's largest exhibition centre, located in the district of Finnieston on the north bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow. It is one of the three main venues within the Scottish Event Campus. Hosting a variety of music and sporting events along with plays, pantomimes and shows, there is something to entertain all ages.
The O2 Academy Glasgow (formerly the Carling Academy Glasgow) is a music venue on Eglinton Street in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. It holds 2,500 people and hosts a diverse programme of events, from music and club nights to comedy and plays. It is one of two Academy Music Group venues in Glasgow; the other venue is the O2 ABC Glasgow.
The Glasgow Braehead Arena is situated on King’s Inch Road on the outskirts of Glasgow, close to Garscadden rail station. Built in 1999, this 5,200 seat venue was formerly home to the Scottish Eagles ice hockey club and now serves as the base of operations for the Elite Ice Hockey League’s Braehead Clan ice hockey team. Among the many notable performers and shows to have appeared on this impressive Glaswegian stage are Pendulum, David Guetta, WWE Wrestling and the X Factor. Today, the Glasgow Braehead Arena enjoys consistent success and has established a solid reputation for hosting big-name music artists, sporting events and children’s entertainment. The Arena is part of Braehead Shopping Centre, which also opened in 1999 and is home to over 100 stores and restaurants. If you’re the sport...
Since it opened in 1990, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut has been at the forefront of the Scottish live music scene and continues to be one of the most celebrated venues in the world. King Tut’s is an exciting showcase for new and emerging bands and is the venue that supported some of the music industry's biggest names at the start of their careers. Playing a gig at this 300 capacity venue has become a seminal point in the career of an impressive array of artists leading NME to name King Tut’s ‘Britain’s Best Small Venue’ in 2011, and ‘quite possibly the finest small venue in the world’ in 2007.
The Cottier Theatre in Glasgow is a unique theatrical venue capable of housing all sorts of events from traditional stage plays to live music, stand up comedy, corporate events, parties and weddings. There is no fixed seating bank in Cottiers Theatre.