The Theatre Royal is the oldest theatre in Glasgow. The theatre originally opened in 1867, the name changing to the Theatre Royal in 1869, and is the longest running theatre in Scotland.


Venue location
At the top of Hope Street in Glasgow city centre.


Parking information
No disabled spaces. Some pay and display on Renfrew Street.
Taxi information
Taxi rank Renfrew Street.
Bus/Tram information
3, X8, 23, 29, 47, 54, 59 on Hope Street.
Queen Street Station 0.4 miles.

Venue map

Venue access information

Heavy doors at main entrance. Inside level access to stalls and stalls bar. Accessible toilets – female in foyer and male in stalls bar.

High Box Office counter and no loop. Wheelchair spaces mid stalls and one wheelchair to borrow.

No level access to education spaces but we sometimes use alternate spaces – contact the theatre for details. Disabled customers are entitled to £5 off on all performances (subject to availability).

Customers who require additional assistance, or who need to sit in particular seats, should make this known at the time of booking. Infra-red system in auditorium – collect headsets from Front of House.

Access service information

Audio Description information
Optimum seating position: All areas
BSL Interpretation information
Optimum seating position: Front stalls or Circle
Captioning information
Optimum seating position: Front stalls or Circle

Events at Theatre Royal

No forthcoming events found.