25 Albert Drive,
Phone: 0845 330 3501
Tramway is an international art-space which commissions, produces and presents contemporary arts projects including dance, performance and exhibitions. The name relates to the building's original purpose as a tram depot, which makes it a venue unlike any other, featuring unique theatre and gallery spaces. Our main gallery, T2, is one of the largest in the UK, second only to Tate Modern's Turbine Hall in scale.
Admission to the Tramway building is free.The building is open later than specified times on performance evenings.
Monday: 10am - 8pm (Phone bookings only) Tuesday - Saturday: 10am - 8pm Sunday: 12 noon - 5pm
Monday - Saturday: 9.30am - 8pm Sunday: 12 noon - 6pm
Concession prices are available to students, senior citizens, and those registered as disabled
You can purchase tickets online up to a day before the performance. Find the event you want on this website and use the booking link on that page.Please note that online bookings are subject to a
£1 transaction fee. You can also purchase tickets by phone and in person.Phone bookings are subject to a £1.50 transaction fee.
All press enquiries should be directed to Tramway's Media OfficerPhone: 0141 287 5973 / m: 07884 116421Email: email@example.com
The majority of Tramway's performances operate a strict no latecomers policy so please allow yourself plenty of time to get to the venue and collect your tickets… we wouldn't want you to miss the show.
Travel by RailTramway is serviced by the Scotrail Station at Pollokshields East. Trains run there from Glasgow's Central Station over a 5 minute journey. There are 4 trains an hour Monday to Saturday and 3 trains per hour on a Sunday. Visit www.scotrail.co.uk for details.Travel by BusFirst Bus run services to Pollokshaws Road adjacent to Tramway from Union Street in Glasgow's city centre. Visitors should board any of the undernoted bus numbers which run every 10 minutes:3, 38, 57, 57A. Visit www.firstgroup.com for details.
Tramway is serviced by 2 SPT Underground stations; Bridge Street Subway and Shields Road Subway. The distance is just under a mile. (Please note these stations are not wheelchair accessible.)Visit www.spt.co.uk for details.
Travel by TaxiGlasgow Taxis (TOA) are familiar with the venue and visitors should call 0141 429 7070 to make a booking.
Travel by Car Tramway does not have a car park. There is limited on-street parking around the venue, but we encourage visitors to use public transport, and drivers to use the public car parks at Shields Road and Bridge Street subway stations. Both are within 1 mile’s walking distance to Tramway.
There is level access to all Tramway spaces and bar, with lift access to the upper spaces.
Accessible toilets are available on all three public access levels and come equipped with handrails and emergency pull cords. Please contact Tramway prior to your visit if you have any additional requirements.
Assistance dogs are always welcome at Tramway (please note, due to the nature of the building and our neighbours The Hidden Gardens, ONLY Assistance dogs are permitted.)
The Box Office has a hard-wired loop system, please set your hearing aid to 'T'.
If you require a large print brochure please contact the box office.
Individual exhibitions, events and performances may have specific access arrangements, please check the event pages for more details.
Tramway consists of two theatre spaces, two visual arts exhibitions spaces, upstairs participation studio, upper foyer exhibition space, and Café Bar. Tramway is also closely connected to a number of partner organisations. It adjoins The Hidden Gardens to the South of the building and Scottish Ballet Headquarters to the East. Upstairs we host the Visual Arts Studio and The Work Room, Scotland's independent dance atelier. Find out about Our Spaces at Tramway. Also find out more about the
The Hidden Gardens, Visual Arts Studio and The Work Room.
We have Wi-Fi available in our cafe.
There are gender neutral toilets located on the ground floor and mezzanine level, and separate male and female toilets on the upper foyer. An accessible toilet which is suitable for wheelchair users is available on each level.
It is our policy that no unauthorized recordings or photographs are made of our programme of exhibitions and events. If you wish to take photographs or recordings for educational or other non-commercial projects please contact us and we can discuss this on an individual basis.
In line with Scottish legislation Tramway is a no smoking venue.
For café bar enquiries please visit the Cordia website
For volunteering opportunities please visit Volunteering on the Glasgow Life website
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