This much-loved three-screener off Sauchiehall St shows art-house cinema and classics.
One of the city’s premier live-music pub venues, hosting bands every night of the week. A staple of the local scene, and a real Glasgow highlight.
This is a chic venue making terrific use of space and light. It showcases the visual and performing arts, including movies, talks and galleries. There's a good cafe-bar here too.
Attracts cutting-edge theatrical groups, the visual and performing arts, and a varied range of artistic exhibitions. It's very close to Pollokshields East train station.
Tron Theatre stages contemporary Scottish and international performances. There's also a good cafe.
A down-at-heel but exceptional old dancehall catering for some of the larger acts that visit the city. It's one of Scotland's most atmospheric venues.
The headquarters of the complex that includes the Clyde Auditorium and Hydro and hosts major national and international acts.
Proudly sporting an eyecatching modern facelift, Glasgow's oldest theatre is the home of Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet.
A feast of classical music is showcased at this concert hall, the modern home of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. There are also regular pop, folk and jazz performances, typically by big-name solo artists.
King's Theatre hosts mainly musicals; on rare occasions there are variety shows, pantomimes and comedies.