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Glasgow Events Suitable for ChildrenTramway
25 Albert Drive
Glasgow
Pop-up Glasgow MapG41 2PE
Tel +44 (0) 141 422 2023
Fax +44 (0) 141 423 1194
Email info@tramway.org

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Venue Intro:

Tramway is one of the leading contemporary visual and performing arts venues in Europe. Audiences, visitors, artists, performers and producers seek out Tramway’s unique spaces as a place to create and engage, challenge and question. We invite you to join us and explore the building and its world-encompassing programme of events.

Getting There:

  • By Air
    Mainland Europe/International – Glasgow International Airport is twenty minutes drive from the city centre via the M8 (Junction28). 30 destinations throughout the UK, Europe, North America and global destinations as well as hourly flights from London.
  • By Road
    The M8 runs through the city, connecting north with the M80 and south with the M74 and M77. Exit at Juntion 20 onto Cook Street and turn right at the main road into Eglinton Street. Continue up Eglinton Street which becomes Pollokshaws Road for approx ¾ of a mile and turn right into Albert Drive at St Ninian’s Church.
  • By Train
    Tramway is only three minutes by train from Glasgow Central Station. Take the train to Pollokshields East Station. Trains run approximately every 10 minutes. Train Line 08457 48 49 50.
  • By Bus
    From Jamaica Street to Pollokshaws Road at the junction with Albert Drive, numbers 28, M29, 38, 45, 47, 48, 57, 59. Travel Line Scotland 0870 6082 608
  • By Underground
    The closest underground station to Tramway is Shields Road.

Disability Info:

Tramway reopened to the public in June 2000 following almost two years of major Scottish Arts Council National Lottery funded redevelopment. This work has ensured that Tramway is now a fully accessible space. There is level access to Tramway 1, 2 and 4 and lift access to the Project Room and Upper Foyer Gallery, the Café Bar and Stables. Tramway welcomes guide dogs. The theatres are equipped with the latest infra red systems which may be used by people with hearing difficulties for both audio description and sound amplification. Please contact Tramway prior to your visit if you have any additional requirements.

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