Nights out in Glasgow
Situated in Glasgow's Merchant city district the Tron Theatre is easily
recognisable from it's eye catching 16th century clock tower which
the theatre was initially built around in 1529.
For over two decades the theatre has attracted widespread attention
for it's breathtaking blend of Victorian and stylish modern architecture,
even more so since it's £5million refurbishment in 1999 by
leading Scottish Architects RMJM. Not to mention the dynamism of
it's musical, comedy and contemporary art shows with visiting programs
from both Scotland and abroad.
The theatre is also one of the most popular venues for leading
Glasgow festivals including Glasgow International Jazz Festival,
Glasgay (the largest festival of it's kind in the UK), New Territories,
Celtic Connections and Glasgow International Comedy Festival.
In addition to it's primary grand theatre accommodating 246 patrons,
the Tron theatre offers numerous conference and smaller entertainment
spaces within the building making it an ideal venue for corporate
events, meetings and seminars.
Both the theatre itself and its acclaimed resident Tron Theatre
Group responsible for producing some of the most successful home-grown
stars of contemporary theatre including Peter Mullin, Alan Cumming,
Forbes Masson, Craig Ferguson and Siobhan Redmond amongst others,
many of which maintain close relations with the theatre to this
Renowned for both quality and originality the Tron offers Glasgow's
theatre scene at it's most diverse and dynamic. A must see for Glaswegians
and visitors alike.