Tramway Jan - March 2013 season now live

    ​Tramway's Jan - March 2013 season - A.K.A. Rip it Up - brings many new artists and work to Tramway. This season is all about ‘something new’, whether it is simply artists showing finished work here for the first time or coming into the venue to begin something fresh. Rip It Up includes World...

    Watch a trailer for A String Section

    A String Section, the first event in our Rip it Up season, opens next week. This will be a brand new version of the performance. Tramway has brought together Leen Dewilde from Reckless Sleepers and Scottish Chamber Orchestra's cellist Su-a Lee for a unique collaboration You can watch an...

    Tramway to present the Turner Prize in 2015

    ​Tate announced today that the Turner Prize will be presented at Tramway in Glasgow in 2015. This will be the first time the exhibition and award will be presented in Scotland. The Turner Prize was first shown outside London at Tate Liverpool in 2007. Since 2011 the Turner Prize has been shown at a...

    A trailer for Proto-type Theater's performance

    Click here for a trailer for The Good, The God, and The Guillotine by Proto-type Theater with animation by Adam York Gregory, lighting design by Rebecca Malkus and music by Manchester Metropolitan University Laptop Ensemble. This work in progress performance takes place Sat 26 January in...

    What did you think of A String Section?

    A String Section was part of Rip it Up - our season of 'something new'. An essential part of Rip it Up is finding out what YOU thought of the performance. Your comments will be passed on to the artists to assist them as they develop the piece further. Plus if you feedback, you may be in with a...

    February Family Day programme announced

    ​Sunday 17 February We are pleased to announce the programme of events for our next Family Day - The Big Idea. The day will be jam-packed with storytelling, music and visual art workshops. Kids will have the chance to become a detective and there will be performances from Eilidh MacAskill of...

    Reminder: Private View 31 January

    You are invited to two ​Private Views, this evening  7 - 9pm.   In Tramway 2 we have the first major solo exhibition to date by Nick Evans. Solar Eyes features a newly commissioned body of sculptures within an environment which is part sculpture 'theme park', part lost...

    Change in start times for Parkour

    ​Due to timetable issues the Parkour drop-in workshops will now start 15 minutes later than advertised. 1.45 – 3.15pm 8-11years 3.15-5.15pm 12-18years   If you have any questions please contact Rosemary James, Audience Engagement Officer Rosemary.james@glasgowlife.org.uk / 0845 330

    We need your stories

    ​Everyday is a show stories told in tap, on different surfaces, in different shoes. And when we say 'tap' we really do mean tap dance.So, we need for your stories. It must be a true story. And it must be brief. We're looking for around 50 true stories - they can be banal, or extraordinary, we're...

    We've uploaded exhibition images for Nick Evans

    ​After a really busy opening last Thursday, we are now happy to show you a few selected images from the exhibition Solar Eyes by Nick Evans. Simply click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page to view the images.   The exhibition runs in Tramway 2 until 31 March

    Reviews for the Nick Evans exhibition are in

    ​It has only been open for just under two weeks and the Nick Evans exhibition, Solar Eyes, is already getting great reviews: "I’m not sure whether Nick Evans had the so-called Mayan Apocalypse in mind when creating his sprawling but rather wonderful new show at Glasgow’s...

    Four star review for Lauren Gault exhibition

    ​The Skinny have given Sweet ensilage a four star review. The exhibition, by Glasgow based artist Lauren Gault, ends this Sunday 24 February. "The pieces all gel together to form a strong show that really holds its own, making a solid visual statement while allowing the viewer the opportunity...

    Five star review for Nick Evans exhibition

    ​The List magazine have awarded Solar Eyes by Nick Evans a 5 star review  "This show is genius in its conception and meticulous in execution.  It is the work of a craftsman and calls for the appreciation of classic sculpted forms at the same time as the scrutinising of their...

    LAST CHANCE TO SEE Lauren Gault exhibition

    ​Exhibition ends Sunday 24 February. You only have until this Sunday to see Lauren Gault's critically acclaimed exhibition Sweet ensilage in our Tramway 5 space. The Skinny gave the show a 4 star review stating  ". .a strong show that really holds its own, making a solid visual statement...