The Tron is one of Scotland’s leading mid-scale producing and presenting theatres, set in the heart of Glasgow's Merchant City.

Address

63 Trongate
Glasgow
G1 5HB

Location

Venue location
In the Merchant City very near Glasgow Cross. Building has a church steeple.

Transport

Parking information
Disabled spaces outside theatre. Car parks Albion and King Streets.
Taxi information
Taxi rank Glasgow Cross.
Bus/Tram information
Bus stop on Trongate to west of theatre. Routes 16, 18(A), 40(A), 61, 62, 240, 241.
Train
Argyle St Station 0.5 miles West. Queen St/ Central Station North West 1 mile.

Venue map

Venue access information

Level access at main entrance and to all areas inside. Accessible toilets are on ground floor.

Bar has hard floor – can be noisy. Wheelchair space at front and upper rear of auditorium and one wheelchair to borrow.

Rows A, B, C, L, M, and N two steps or less. Box Office has low counter.

Infra-red system in auditorium – collect headsets from Front of House.

Meet in foyer for touch tours.


Access service information

Audio Description information
Optimum seating position: All seats
BSL Interpretation information
Optimum seating position: All centre seats
Captioning information
Optimum seating position: Front section

Events at Tron Theatre

  • Moonset

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    Thursday 9th Feb, 7.30pm
    Lost somewhere between the bonfire of girlhood and the sharp edge of womanhood, Roxi begins meddling in witchcraft to search for answers. 
    Price(s): £14.50, £16 or £19
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): TBC
    Touch Tour: TBC
    Optimum seating position: All seats
  • Moonset

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    Friday 10th Feb, 7.30pm
    Lost somewhere between the bonfire of girlhood and the sharp edge of womanhood, Roxi begins meddling in witchcraft to search for answers. 
    Price(s):  £14.50, £16 or £19
    BSL interpretation information
    BSL Interpreter(s): TBC
    Optimum seating position: All centre seats
  • Moonset

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    Saturday 11th Feb, 7.30pm
    Lost somewhere between the bonfire of girlhood and the sharp edge of womanhood, Roxi begins meddling in witchcraft to search for answers. 
    Price(s): £14.50, £16 or £19
    Captioning information
    Optimum seating position: Front section
  • Cyprus Avenue

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    Saturday 11th Mar, 2.30pm
    Eric is completely convinced that his five week old granddaughter is in fact the Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams. Hilarious, fast-paced play.
    Price(s): £14.50/£16/£19
    BSL interpretation information
    Optimum seating position: All centre seats
  • Cyprus Avenue

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    Wednesday 15th Mar, 7.30pm
    Eric is completely convinced, that his five week old granddaughter is in fact the Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams. Hilarious, fast-paced play.
    Price(s): £14.50/£16/£19
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): L. Mulvenna
    Optimum seating position: All seats
  • Cyprus Avenue

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    Friday 17th Mar, 7.30pm
    Eric is completely convinced, that his five week old granddaughter is in fact the Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams. Hilarious, fast-paced play.
    Price(s): £14.50/£16/£19
    BSL interpretation information
    Optimum seating position: All centre seats
  • Cyprus Avenue

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    Saturday 18th Mar, 2.30pm
    Eric is completely convinced, that his five week old granddaughter is in fact the Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams. Hilarious, fast-paced play.
    Price(s): £14.50/£16/£19
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): L. Mulvenna
    Optimum seating position: All seats
  • Stornoway, Quebec

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    Friday 14th Apr, 7.30pm
    Quebec, 1888. A snowstorm traps five people in a remote saloon. One of them is a bountyhunter. Another is the most wanted man in Canada.
    Price(s): £19, £16 or £14.50
    BSL interpretation information
    BSL Interpreter(s): TBC
    Optimum seating position: All centre seats
  • Wolfie

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    Friday 12th May, 7.45pm
    Ross Willis’s debut play is a wildly imaginative, irreverent look at life in and after the care system.
    Price(s): £10
    BSL interpretation information
    Optimum seating position: All centre seats
  • Moorcroft

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    Friday 21st Jul, 7.30pm
    Exhausted from years spent wrapped in regret, Gerry begins to relive ‘the glory days’. Moorcroft asks ‘what is a real man?’
    Price(s): £14.50/£16/£19
    BSL interpretation information
    Optimum seating position: All centre seats
  • Moorcroft

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    Wednesday 26th Jul, 7.30pm
    Exhausted from years spent wrapped in regret, Gerry begins to relive ‘the glory days’. Moorcroft asks ‘what is a real man?’
    Price(s): £14.50/£16/£19
    Audio Description information
    Audio Describer(s): H-A. Crawford
    Optimum seating position: All seats
  • Moorcroft

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    Thursday 27th Jul, 7.30pm
    Exhausted from years spent wrapped in regret, Gerry begins to relive ‘the glory days’. Moorcroft asks ‘what is a real man?’
    Price(s): £14.50/£16/£19
    Captioning information
    Optimum seating position: Front section