We are CLOSED: Coronavirus update

Posted on 23 Mar 2020 in News

‚ÄčTo protect the safety and wellbeing of all who use the venue, Tramway has ceased public activity by closing. We expect the temporary suspension to continue until the end of April. This is in line with Glasgow Life's response to the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Therefore our latest exhibitions by Hardeep Pandhal and France-Lise McGurn have regretfully closed a few days early. 

Furthermore we are sad to announce the postponement of Take Me Somewhere 2020, and contemporary art festival Glasgow International 2020, both of which were bringing significant programmes into our venue from April into May, and including Tramway's co-commission of a Martine Syms installation, planned for the main gallery. 

All our bookers for Take Me Somewhere 2020 will be eligible for refunds, which will be arranged automatically by our box office team.

The Citizens Theatre production of 'Mrs Puntila and her Man Mati', which was due to open 25 March, has also been cancelled. 

The decision to close has been made in order to prioritise the safety of the communities, audiences, artists, colleagues, partners and all who use Tramway and its neighbouring organisations in light of the evolving COVID-19 situation.

We will continue to update audiences as to our plans and future programme in line with official announcements.

Stay safe
The Tramway Team

Links to useful information: 
Latest information from Glasgow LIfe> 

Glasgow International's Statement>

Statement from Citizens Theatre>