Tramway Reopening: What you need to know

Posted on 22 Oct 2020 in News, Visual Art

This blog was published on 22 October. Tramway's opening hours are subject to Scottish Government Guidelines. For up-to-date information please go to our Visit and Contact page>


We're delighted to announce the reopening of Tramway for the first time since March, from Saturday 24 October.

Like so many performing arts venues, we have been closed for over six months in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, and as part of efforts to curb it. However, we are now able reopen to the public, at limited capacity, to allow visitors to enjoy Rajni Perera: Traveller, a new exhibition in our front gallery.

As always, the exhibition will be free to visit, but access is by ticket only, and must be booked in advance. Initially, the only public programming on offer will be this exhibition, and we'll be operating from Tuesdays-Saturdays only.  

Visitors will also notice a number of measures taken to ensure we are meeting Scottish Government guidelines to help keep everyone safe, including:

Reduced number of visitors
Clear signage to guide people safely
Removal of seating and changes to how you access toilets, lifts and stairs to ensure social distancing
Hand sanitiser stations in venue
Regular and thorough cleaning 
Asking all staff and visitors to wear face coverings while in public spaces in Tramway

For fuller details on visiting us at this time, and to find out how to contact us with your questions, go to our Visit and Contact page>

Read more about Rajni Perera: Traveller>

We can't wait to welcome you back!