CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts is Glasgow's hub for inspiring visual art, film, music, performance, workshops & residencies.

Address

350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow
G2 3JD

Location

Venue location
Sauchiehall Street at the heart of Glasgow city centre. Next to Glasgow Dental Hospital; building has banner hanging from lamppost outside. Please note there are currently renovation works on the street, which are due to be completed in late 2018. Please contact us for current street access information.

Transport

Parking information
Limited on-street metered parking on Sauchiehall Street. Two blue-badge parking spaces available on Pitt Street at the junction with Sauchiehall Street. Car park Charing Cross.
Taxi information
Holland Street
Bus/Tram information
Bus stop directly outside CCA and on Bath Street before the King's Theatre. Routes 3, 4/4A, 18 and 19
Train
Charing Cross, which is about five minutes journey (0.3 mile) from CCA. The closest Underground station is Cowcaddens, which is around five-ten minutes journey (0.4 mile) from CCA.

Venue map

Venue access information

Level access at Sauchiehall Street entrance and to all areas inside. Two non-automated doors at Sauchiehall Street – one opens inwards and one opens outwards.
 
The building comprises three floors. The ground floor includes a foyer with a box office, Duty Managers’ office, two shops, a cafe bar, gallery, cinema, accessible toilets and lift access to the first and second floors. The first floor has the theatre, Creative Lab, accessible toilets and Terrace Bar. The second floor has Intermedia Gallery and the Clubroom meeting space, with an accessible toilet beside the Clubroom. There is a lowered section of the box office desk and a hearing loop at reception.
 
The foyer area and cafe bar has a hard floor and can be noisy. Noise-cancelling headphones and earplugs are available on request. Tables and chairs in the cafe are unfixed and can be moved.
 
There is a hearing loop in the cinema. There is an audio description system via headsets in the theatre, which is used when our programme partners provide audio description for an event. The cinema has removable seats, and the theatre and clubroom have unfixed seating to accommodate wheelchairs.
 
A full access guide to the building can be found here: http://cca-glasgow.com/about-cca/access-statement.

Access service information

Audio Description information
Optimum seating position: Unreserved seating, ask at box office
BSL Interpretation information
Optimum seating position: Unreserved seating, ask at box office
Captioning information
Optimum seating position: Unreserved seating, ask at box office

Events at Centre for Contemporary Arts

  • Shadi Habib Allah | Free Rein - Exhibition tour (quiet hour)

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    Saturday 25th May, 10.00am
    Join us for an informal tour of Free Rein, with an introduction to some of the themes and research within the show.
    Price(s): Free
    Relaxed Performance information
    The building will be quieter than usual during this time. The exhibition includes moving image and sound works. The moving image work includes partial subtitles.
  • Shadi Habib Allah | Free Rein - Exhibition tour with BSL interpretation

    BSL Interpreted iconRelaxed Performance icon
    Saturday 25th May, 2.00pm
    Join us for an informal tour of Free Rein, with an introduction to some of the themes and research within the show.
    Price(s): Free
    BSL interpretation information
    Optimum seating position: Unreserved seating, ask at box office
    Relaxed Performance information
    Relaxed and informal tour. The exhibition includes moving image and sound works. The moving image work includes partial subtitles.
  • Emilia Beatriz | declarations on soil and honey - Exhibition tour (quiet hour)

    Relaxed Performance icon
    Saturday 22nd Jun, 10.00am
    Join us for an informal tour of the exhibition, with an introduction to some of the themes and research within the film installation.
    Price(s): Free
    Relaxed Performance information
    The building will be quieter than usual during this time. The exhibition includes moving image, sound and vibration. Moving image works are captioned and subtitled.
  • Emilia Beatriz | declarations on soil and honey - Exhibition tour with BSL interpretation

    BSL Interpreted icon
    Saturday 22nd Jun, 2.00pm
    Join us for an informal tour of the exhibition, with an introduction to some of the themes and research within the film installation.
    Price(s): Free
    BSL interpretation information
    Optimum seating position: Unreserved seating, ask at box office