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Was a bit worried that it was unreserved seating in the main auditorium but we needn’t have been, the tiered seating and open stage meant that pretty much every seat had an excellent view apart from the small number of seats right at the front...More
We visited on a Saturday around lunchtime, with nothing specific in mind to see.
I had the impression that it's a mixed arts and community centre with a performance space but when we visited it wasn't to see something and possibly we didn't get the...More
The Hidden Gardens are one of my favourite places in Glasgow, and the arts spaces and projects at Tramway are fantastic.
This review is about the cafe, which I find really sad. Almost every time I go, staff seem unbothered (often borderline rude) and inefficient....More
Stumbled upon the hidden gardens last weekend whilst wandering around the South side.
What an lovely and interesting little place. When we arrived a garden party was in full swing complete with entertainment and a BBQ. Can only imagine the complete opposite calm that awaits...More
We really loved our first ever visit to Tramway. Glasgow has some really fantastic art galleries, large and small and I'm particularly fond of the more sparse, industrial spaces like Tramway.
The building, as the name suggests, is an old tram shed, and you can...More
AMAZING! I have a few disabilities -physical and visual impairment to name but a few.
I found it an amazing place!!!
The floors are flat and even, there are beautiful artistic stairs and a lift (with a star instead of arrows!)(small touch but it made...More
We came to see the Scottish ballet's 'each other'. What a great production and a superb venue. How refreshing to find a place that encourages the arts, especially experimental art! I will keep an eye on future productions.