Located at the University, Macrobert is a cultural hub, aiming to promote participation and enjoyment of the arts. With comedy, dance, drama, family, music, opera, exhibitions and cinema events.

Address

University of Stirling
Stirling
FK9 4LA

Location

Venue location
Main entrance is located at Queen's Court roundabout on University of Stirling Campus.

Transport

Parking information
There are 3x disabled parking bays at main entrance. Further disabled parking is available near the Cottrell building on campus.
Taxi information
Taxis can be booked by Box Office. They are many ranks in the town centre which will take you to the centre.
Bus/Tram information
There are regular buses to and from, stopping at Stirling University Bus Hub – 54 / UL Please also visit www.travelinescotland.com or call 0871 200 22 33.
Train
Stirling Train Station, 2.6 miles. Bridge of Allan train station, 1.8 miles. Regular train services run from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee and Perth.

Venue map

Venue access information

Level access via main entrance, automatic door outward opening doors. Accessible toilets located near main entrance adjacent to box office. Changing Places Toilet in the Arthouse corridor. Café-bar, restaurant and studio spaces all on entrance level with option of 3 steps or a ramp to Playhouse and Mainhouse. The Cafe-bar and foyer areas can be noisy and crowded. Lighting levels are generally good, can be lowered in the evenings. One wheelchair available for use by patrons. Box Office and Cafe-bar have infra red loop. Box Office counters are low, the bar is high with a lower counter at one end. Wheelchair spaces and easy access seats in Mainhouse and Playhouse on the level of the doors.

Loop at box office, kiosk & Café-bar area. Sennheiser infrared loops for patrons using hearing aid available for both Mainhouse and Filmhouse. Sound star audio description headsets available for both Mainhouse and Filmhouse. Ask at Box Office for details.


Access service information

Audio Description information
Optimum seating position: Ask at Box Office and collect loop at Box Office
BSL Interpretation information
Optimum seating position: Depends on performance, please ask Box Office
Captioning information
Optimum seating position: Depends on performance, please ask Box Office

Access video

Events at Macrobert Arts Centre

  • The North

    BSL Interpreted icon
    Thursday 23rd May, 7.30pm
    The bleak yet whimsical story of John, a young man who finds himself lost in the harsh yet delicate wilderness of the North.
    Price(s): £12.50 / £10.50 Conc / £6 Students (25% off for Macrobert Friends)
    BSL interpretation information
    BSL Interpreter(s): Yvonne Strain
    Integrated into the performance
  • The Guitar Man

    Audio Described icon
    Friday 24th May, 7.30pm
    Everything has its time, a man and a piece of music... What is left if we reject the role we were meant to play?
    Price(s): £11.50 / £9.50 Conc / £6 Students
    Audio Description information
    Optimum seating position: Ask at Box Office and collect loop at Box Office
  • The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil

    Audio Described icon
    Thursday 6th Jun, 7.00pm
    This legendary piece of Scottish theatre tells the story of the exploitation of Scottish lands, waters and people over the centuries.
    Price(s): £6 - £17.50
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): Amanda Drollinger and Sheena Guz
    Optimum seating position: Ask at Box Office and collect loop at Box Office
  • The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil

    BSL Interpreted icon
    Thursday 6th Jun, 7.00pm
    This legendary piece of Scottish theatre tells the story of the exploitation of Scottish lands, waters and people over the centuries.
    Price(s): £6 - £17.50
    BSL interpretation information
    BSL Interpreter(s): Catherine King and Gill Wood
    Optimum seating position: Depends on performance, please ask Box Office
  • Red Dust Road

    BSL Interpreted icon
    Friday 30th Aug, 7.00pm
    Growing up in 70s’ Scotland as the adopted mixed-raced child of a Communist couple, Jackie Kay blossomed into a talented and outspoken poet.
    Price(s): Tickets: £17.50 / £15.50 Conc / £6 Students
    BSL interpretation information
    Optimum seating position: Depends on performance, please ask Box Office