Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
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2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NYView on map
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is at the heart of Glasgow UNESCO City of Music. The venue hosts shows by a who’s who of pop and rock superstars and is the home to Scotland’s national orchestra, the RSNO. From the classic 2,000 seater Main Auditorium, to Late Night Studio Jazz in the intimate City of Music Studio, and a range of break out spaces, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall offers so much to enjoy, all in one iconic building. Since 2015, the venue’s New Auditorium with its state of the art acoustics has provided an exciting new space for artists and audiences.
There are several accessible toilets in this venue. For more information on the location and features of these toilets, please use the AccessAble guide.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome. We can provide a bowl of water for an assistance dog.
The hearing system is a headset. A deposit is required for the sound enhancement system.
From Killermont Street entrance only (North Entrance). Lift access to all levels.
There are designated spaces for wheelchair users. Designated seating is located in the terraces. A companion is welcome to sit with you.
There is a wheelchair to borrow. To borrow a wheelchair, please call in advance or ask at the reception desk.
Motorised scooters are allowed in public parts of the venue.
Documents can be requested in Braille and large print.
View the Accessibility Guide on AccessAble – the new name for DisabledGo.
There are baby changing facilities in the café toilets and exhibition corridor toilets (next to the Box Office)
Full table service is not available, food or drinks are ordered from the service counter. However, food and drinks can be brought to the table.
There is not a lowered section at the counter.
No tables are permanently fixed. No chairs are permanently fixed. Some chairs have armrests.
Drinking straws are available.
Menus are hand held and wall. Menus are not available in Braille. Menus are not available in large print. Picture menus are not available.
Facilities are located at the North Door entrance.
£1 per item (only open for events or where a request has been made).
Newspapers and magazines
No on-site parking but there is a nearby NCP facility and meter street parking.
Photography and video recording
At times, Glasgow Life will be on the premises to film and take photos.
The public are only permitted to record and take photos where explicit permission has been granted in advance.
Yes, there is free public Wifi access. To connect, visitors have to register with the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Public Wifi which should pop up on their browser. After that visitors will only need their password for future uses.
With many different rooms and breakout areas available, the complex can accommodate meetings and conferences from 12 - 2000 delegates. Visit the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall's venue hire web page to find out more.