ONLINE: Visit our What's On pages.
TELEPHONE Box Office: 0141 552 4267
IN PERSON: At our Box Office, accessed via the side-entrance to the building on Chisholm Street.
In person, telephone and online bookings are free of booking fees and we accept the following card types: Delta; Electron; Maestro; Mastercard; Visa and Visa Debit. If you would like your tickets posted to you, there will be a 50p charge (within the UK). We no longer accept personal cheques.
Mon - Sat 10am-6pm
Extended on performance evenings to 15 minutes after the last performance starts.
(Please note that on Saturday 29th April the Box Office will close at 4pm due to a private function).
Two hours before the first performance starts otherwise closed.
Please note that these are our regular hours, download our festive period hours here.
Tickets can be reserved for three days without payment. Tickets reserved three days prior to the performance will be held up until 1 hour before the performance starts. Please note if we do not receive payment within this period we will release your tickets for general sale.
Concession rates apply to: Children (under 16 or over 16 in full-time education); Students; Senior Citizens; Jobseekers Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independence Payment and Employment & Support Allowance recipients; Young Scot Card holders; and members of Equity, BECTU, the Scottish Society of Playwrights and the Musician's Union. Concessions are subject to availability and proof of entitlement must be shown when purchasing or collecting tickets, otherwise the difference will be charged.
A full list of our discounts and eligibility can be downloaded here.
Groups may be eligible for discounts upon booking-- contact our Box Office for further information. Group bookings over 10 can be held without full payment for up to two weeks after booking. A deposit of 10% will be charged.
Download responses to the most frequently asked questions relating to Box Office from this link.
PLEASE NOTE: TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE AND LATECOMERS MAY NOT BE ADMITTED UNLESS THERE IS A SUITABLE STOPPING POINT IN THE PERFORMANCE