Catch a Show at the King’s Theatre Glasgow

Do you love the arts? Or do you love history/or architecture? Well then, make your way down to the famous King’s Theatre in Glasgow City Centre! This historic building has played host to some of the world’s most famous and incredible artists. Built in 1904, it has for generations been Glasgow’s primary place for showcasing local and international artists and is celebrated for its yearly Christmas Pantomimes.

Where is the King's Theatre in Glasgow?

The Kings Theatre is located in the Charing Cross area of the city, with the main entrance being on Bath Street. This area is heavily serviced by bus and rail, the closest station is Charing Cross.

There is a multitude of seating styles within the theatre, being designed by Frank Matcham, it incorporated many elements of his preferred architectural styles. The seating is provided on four different levels, these include, The Grand Circle, Upper Circle, Stalls and Gallery. There are regular shows at all times throughout the year, with the festive period being their busiest by far. Admission fees for their shows range from around £13 to £30 depending on the show and seats. So what are you waiting for? Come on down and take in some of the most fantastic shows that Scotland has to offer, While also taking in the unique architecture of this historic city centre building!

  • Cafe/Bar.
  • Different Seating Styles.
  • Wheelchair Accessible.

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