Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre in Glasgow

Are you looking for something unique and interesting to do on your day out? Well then, the Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre will give you an experience that you will never forget. In its three decades of existence, the theatre has entertained thousands of visitors. The practice of Sharmanka itself consists of moving objects and sculptures made from found and recovered scrap objects. What is fascinating about the theatre in Glasgow is that each one of these sculptures is combined with specific soundtracks and lighting sequences to give you an unforgettable experience!

Where can I find the Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre in Glasgow?

The theatre is located inside the Trongate 103 building, on the first floor. This is in Glasgow City Centre, not far from the Trongate tower.

Sharmanka was founded in St Petersburg in Russia and came to Scotland in the 1990s, with the chief co-ordinator and co-creator Eduard being a recipient of the Creative Scotland award in 2005. The theatre has a regular stream of events and shows throughout the year, with three shows for visitors to choose from. These are, “The Journey”, ” The Promenade” and the “Wheels of Life”. The theatre also offers visitors the chance to book their own private shows, these can be booked on their website. These shows are interactive and extremely detailed, with those aged 13 and over permitted to view all of them. So why not make the most of your day off and catch a show, this will surely provide you with one of the most unforgettable experiences possible.

  • Central location.
  • Wheelchair access.
  • City Centre parking available.

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