Tron Theatre


63 Trongate  G1 5HB

Style of Robert & James Adam, 1793; JJ Burnet, 1899; RMJM, 1999

Category A Listed

The 16th century clock tower that fronts the Theatre is one of the oldest surviving landmarks of the historic Merchant City. Join a tour to discover the compelling past and visit areas normally closed to the public including the wardrobe department!

Designed by James Adam in 1795, the Tron building has been reincarnated in various forms over the centuries, from a church to council workshops and even at one point a police station! Today the Tron Theatre provides a platform for new & exciting theatre work to be performed as well as producing our own productions. On your tour you will be guided through the Front and Back of House areas of the Tron, giving you the chance to visit all the areas normally closed to the public such as the wardrobe department which produces all of our wonderful costumes. While you are on your journey around the Theatre you will learn about the Trons varied past and how we evolved from a 16th century church to the Tron we all know and love today. You may also bump into one of Trons ghostly residents!

After your tour you can relax in our bar and kitchen and recharge your batteries with our wonderful menu and drinks selection.

For any young aspiring actors we will also be opening the doors of our Skillshops classes as part of our Doors Open Day Taster Sessions. These sessions, aimed at 4-11 year olds, will allow anyone interested in youth theatre to have a taste of the classes Tron run throughout the year. For the very young (0-3 years), well also be running Tiny and Tall Tales sessions fun-filled hour-long storytelling classes with creative play.

Youll also be able to take a trip down memory lane with our past production posters, remembering your first Tron Panto while youre planning your next. You can also examine our Rouges Gallery of Tron stars past and present and perhaps spot some familiar faces!

Times for tours and workshops will be available on the Tron website. Advanced booking for activities is strongly encouraged as places do fill up fast.

Part of the Children’s Programme: Budding young actors age 4-10 can join in with Skillshops Juniors and Seniors classes on Saturday 19 Sep as part of our Doors Open Day taster sessions.

Discover Scotlands Year of Food and Drink: Are you looking for a Scottish restaurant with a modern twist? If so, come and spend time in our Bar and Kitchen. You will be able to treat yourself to our new seasonal menus. Our produce is sourced from local Scottish suppliers, and it is very important

Number in Brochure: 36

Opening Times

Tours: Sat & Sun 10am 4pm; 1 hour

Meeting Point: Tron Theatre Box Office

Advanced Booking Essential

Advanced Booking Essential at or 0141 552 4267 or 18001 0141 552 4267(textphone)

Additional Booking Information:

Booking opens at 10am on Wednesday 26th August 2015.

Please be aware that Doors Open Day events are very popular and will book out quickly.

Please only book for events that you intend to go to and cancel your space as soon as possible if you are unable to attend.


Full Disabled Access
Blue Badge Parking on Chisholm Street.


Disabled Toilet
Hearing Loop
Refreshments Available

Getting Here

Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): St Enoch underground and High Street Station

Parking: On Street Parking Available Charges Apply
King Street NCP and Albion Street Q Park


0141 552 4267

[email protected]





Tron Theatre

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Tron Theatre
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