Tron Participation provides opportunities to participate in art activities for all ages, abilities or social/economical background.  Why take part? Simple answer: It’s great fun! Develop new skills, both artistic and social, meet new people and become part of the Tron Participation family.

Our aim is for those participating in the Creative Learning programme at the Tron to reflect Glasgow’s rich cultural landscape. Different backgrounds bring different perspectives meaning we can learn from and with one another.

We actively recruit from a wide range of protected characteristic groups via free taster workshops and bursary places.

The core workshop programme will be in-person at the Tron, in our newly refurbished workshop space, as well as across Glasgow in schools, community venues and local parks, with activity on offer for all ages.

There will be workshop activity on offer for participants of all ages including: 

If you would like further information on any of the above please click the links or get in touch via email 



Participation – Payment for classes

Tron Participation is all about taking part.  We simply do not want economic background to be a barrier to signing up for our workshop sessions.   

In line with the Tron’s new theatre ticketing policy, Participation workshops will follow a similar format. There will always be 3 payment levels to suit a range of different budgets, you simply choose the option that suits you best, no questions asked.

You can also speak to Box Office on 0141 552 4267 about paying a deposit and creating a payment plan to suit your needs, or you can apply to access a Tron Participation Bursary for between 50% and 100% of the workshop cost. More information and the Bursary Application form can be found here.

Please note: bursary places are limited and we will do our best to accommodate all requests.

For more information on any of these projects and how to get involved, visit the PARTICIPATION section of our website or contact Creative Learning Manager, Lisa Keenan on