Tron Theatre63 Trongate,
0141 552 4267
The site of the present day Tron Theatre has played a central role in the life of Glasgow City for nearly five centuries, during which time it has been a place of Christian worship, a place of execution, a meeting hall, a market and store house, a police station, and a theatre.
A church was originally built on the site now occupied by the Tron Theatre in 1529. However, the oldest surviving part of the structure is the 16th Century clock tower still one of Glasgows most recognizable landmarks.
First established as a theatre club in 1979, the Tron has gone on to become a leading player in Scottish theatre. Home to the Tron Theatre Company, who focus mainly on new writing, the theatre is also a a major venue for many of Glasgow's festivals including Celtic Connections, Glasgow International Jazz Festival, Glasgow International Comedy Festival, the Merchant City Festival and Glasgay!
10:30am, 1:15pm, 3:15pm
2:30pm, 7:30pm, 1:00pm, 5:00pm
5:00pm, 2:30pm, 7:30pm, 1:00pm