King’s Theatre Glasgow Seating Plan

The King’s Theatre, is owned by the City Council and managed by ATG, is one of Scotland’s most historic and significant theatres.

It opened in 1904 as one of the most brilliant designs of the prolific theatre architect Frank Matcham and has played host to top stars and shows ever since. Book tickets online or at the box office.

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It is home to possibly the very best Christmas pantomime to be seen in the United Kingdom which over the years has featured the Scottish greats including Stanley Baxter, Jimmy Logan, Rikki Fulton, Jack Milroy, Elaine C Smith and Gerard Kelly.

King’s Theatre 297 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JN

King's Theatre Glasgow Seating Plan

Seating Plan
There is seating in the Stalls, Grand Circle, Upper Circle and Gallery.

Security
ATG continues to make the safety and security of its customers and staff a priority. As such, please bear in mind that we may undertake bag checks, so recommend you leave extra time to avoid queues, and refrain from bringing suitcases, rucksacks and large bags into the building.

Getting Here
By car
Q Park are pleased to partner with ATG customers to offer a 15% discount on pre-booked parking for your visit.

By train
Charing Cross Station (Glasgow) is the closest station to the theatre. Please bear in mind any current disruptions to ScotRail services when planning your journey and visit travelinescotland.com for transport info and options.

By bus
Routes 3, 4, 18 & 57

Access
Accessibility – There are five wheelchair spaces and three transfer seats available in the stalls of the King’s Theatre. Wheelchair positions are provided in the rear stalls area with level access from Elmbank Street. Please note there is no lift at this venue. There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor.

Audio Enhancement – We have an infra-red audio enhancement system in the auditorium. Patrons can choose between a headset or a necklace depending on their hearing needs.

Induction Loop Necklace – Suitable for persons wearing a hearing aid, the induction loop necklace is worn around the neck.

Headset – This device amplifies sound through earpieces similar to regular headphones. Suitable for persons without a hearing aid.

Guide Dogs – Guide, hearing and other working dogs are welcome in all parts of the venue.

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