A wonderful show in a brilliant venue. Sat in the stalls & had a perfect view.Sound was perfect thanks Grant Showbiz. Staff very helpful. Bar area - ok.
We are just back from the St Andrew's Day concert and have to say having been to the Concert Hall on several occasions before that the sound tonight was shocking. We were sitting in Block G. We told the staff at the interval that we could not hear properly and she told us it had been reported. It was no... More
Most times when I visit Glasgow - either shopping or en route to somewhere else - I will stop in here at the Cafe Encore at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. It will either be for breakfast or lunch. Anne Marie and the rest of the staff here are friendly, welcoming, polite and attentive servers. The food is good and... More
Acoustics inside are wonderful. You can tell where all the sounds are coming from. The seats are carefully laid out and comfortable. Art work in the foyer and on the stairs is also worth a look. Wine prices are a real rip off - like all council owned venues.
We were at the Concert hall Glasgow for a Brit floyd concert, it is a great venue for a rock concert, not a bad seat in the place. As rock gigs go this is pretty small but at least you can see the performers without having to look at a screen, it has to be the best in Glasgow.
We attended a Ludovico Einaudi concert and found the arrangements all very efficient with quick queues for the cafe, spacious stairs, a good gift shop and a convenient and well publicised advanced order system for interval drinks. The sound quality from the stage was very good considering the nature of Ludovico's musical performance. The artificial smoke was more than a... More
Having visited this venue several times over the years, i can honestly say that being a wheelchair user it is by far one of the best concert venues i have been at in the city, much better than the SECC. Will be going for many more years to come
The place is more like a large cafe, their is nothing wrong with the food, we just made the mistake of choosing a cafe like place rather than a restaurant.
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