The Tron Theatre is committed to being an accessible venue, offering its audiences a variety of Captioned, BSL and Audio-Described performances.  Please let us know if you have any specific access requirements and we will do our utmost to accommodate them.

Booking Accessible Performances:

Telephone: 0141 552 4267

Text Phone: 18001 0141 552 4267

Online: (we cannot always provide specific seating online).

Captioned, Audio Described and British Sign Language Interpreted Performances

Captioning services are available for selected performances:  While we advise the front section of our auditorium, we have no restricted view between our seats and the stage.

British Sign Language interpretation is available for selected performances.  We have no restricted view between our seats and the stage.  All our seats are suitable to see the signer.

This Season our accessible performances are:



Captioning 07/05
BSL 09/05

Happy Days

Happy Days

Audio Described 20/05
BSL 20/05
Captioning 21/05



BSL 23/05

Crazy Jane

Crazy Jane

Audio Described 28/05
BSL 28/05
Audio Described 29/05
BSL 29/05
Audio Described 30/05
BSL 30/05

Can't Forget About You

Can't Forget About You

Audio Described 22/07
BSL 22/07


Captioning is similar to television subtitling and gives Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people access to live performances.  A captioner carefully prepares and cues text that appears in real time on units placed to the side of the stage, centrally or within the set.  

BSL interpreted performances allow people who are Deaf or for whom British Sign Language is their first or preferred language access to live performance.  BSL interpreters provide a linguistic and artistic interpretation.  The interpreter mostly stands to one side of the stage but sometimes interpreters are involved in the staging or the performance.

Audio Described performances support people who are blind or partially sighted to access live performance.  An audio-describer meets audience members to introduce set and characters by providing a verbal description which continues during the performance via a headset.  Sometimes there is a touch tour of the set and costumes before.

Parking and Transport:

  • Parking: There is blue badge parking on Chisholm Street.
  • Car Parks are located on King Street, Albion Street, and Stockwell Street
  • Drop-Off Point: Chisholm Street
  • Taxis: We can provide contact numbers. Please ask the Box Office.
  • Buses: Accessible Services: 16, 18, 18A, 40, 40A, 61, 62, 240, 241.
  • Train Stations: Argyle Street 320m West,
  • Queen Street Station 1km North-West,
  • Central Station 1km North-West.

Useful Information:

  • Level/ Ramp Access: This is available on Chisholm Street .
  • All floors are level with lift access.
  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets: Ground Floor/ Level Access
  • Box Office: Medium Height Counter/ Induction Loop


  • Induction Loop
  • Infa-red headsets for onstage sound amplification available from Box Office.
  • Audio Describing services available for selected performances.
  • Except for Row A & M1-3, all our seats provide great reception for our Audio Description headsets.
  • Headsets are collected from the Box Office on the evening of the performance.
  • Spaces for wheelchairs are available on Row A or Row M. Let us know when you are booking if you would like a space.


Spaces for wheelchairs are available on Row A. Let us know when you book if you would like a space.


Spaces for wheelchairs are available toward the rear of the space. Let us know when you book if you would like a space.

We've created a larger print version of our season brochure.  It can be printed from here (Word version) or a pdf version can be downloaded from here.

For more information on performance access, go to the Audio Description Scotland site at

For more information about accessible performances visit

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