The Theatre Royal is the oldest theatre in Glasgow and the longest running in Scotland. Opened in 1867, Theatre Royal Glasgow went through two fires before the turn of the century. Standing tall through thick and thin, the theatre has since presented a wide variety of productions covering all genres, including residents Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet. Featuring a Victorian auditorium, Theatre Royal presents first class entertainment.
Access Parking There are no on street parking bays nearby. The nearest car park is Cambridge Street which is 200m away and has a number of blue badge bays.
By train Glasgow Queen Street is the closest station to the theatre. Please bear in mind current disruption to ScotRail services when planning your journey and visit travelinescotland.com for transport info and options.
By bus A wide variety of local bus routes stop close to the Theatre Royal.
Access To Upper Levels
Following the redevelopment, new lifts have opened up access, meaning for the first time in the theatre's 147 year history all audience members can reach all levels.
Step Free Access and Wheelchairs
There is lift access to all levels. The lift weight restriction is 1250kg.
The whole venue is accessible. Step-free access is available on the ground floor via the main entrance.
We have 8 wheelchair positions. 2 in Row E of the stalls and 2 at the rear of all other levels. Stalls seats J1-3, J28-30, K1-3 and K28-30 are suitable if you wish to transfer to a theatre seat.
All bars are accessible via step-free or lift access, or ask us for At Seat Service when you arrive.
There is an accessible toilet on every level. There is lift access to all levels
There are no on street parking bays nearby. The nearest car park is Cambridge Street which is 200m away and has a number of blue badge bays.