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Visual Art


* Entry to all is free, but there may be a charge for specific exhibitions


  • The Grosvenor: comfy chairs in an intimate venue in the West End
  • Cineworld: the world's tallest cinema with 18 screens
  • Glasgow Film Theatre: international, arthouse, documentary and a major centre for Glasgow’s annual film festival
  • Gilmorehill G12: houses the University's own movie theatre


  • Tron Theatre: new works from home and abroad, plus music, comedy and workshops
  • The King's Theatre: a host to the Royal National Theatre, touring musicals, dance and pantomime
  • Tramway: host venue to the National Review of Live Art, with contemporary visual and performing art, gallery space, restaurant and gardens
  • Citizens Theatre: features a powerful range of self-produced shows and touring work 


Montage (L-R): Visitors in kilts, Takenori Togawa; performing clown, Athanasios Pavlopoulos; work from House for an Art Lover, Gail McLeary; Gallery of Modern Art, Sara McGregor; night lights, Luo Fan; Kelvingrove heads, Luo Fan; the Grosvenor, Imran Aziz; Pacific Quay, Glasgow.