Glasgow 2010-11 season

Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NQ

Telephone: 0141 353 8000

Box office opening hours

Subscriptions for the 2010/11 Season are on sale now. Please see Glasgow Season brochure for details.

Single tickets for this concert go on sale on Tuesday 1 June 2010.

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Box Office, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY.

Phone: 9am to 6pm Monday to Saturday.

Counter: 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday.

City Halls Box Office, Candleriggs,

Glasgow G1 1NQ (in person only).

Counter: 12noon to 6pm Monday to Saturday.


The City Halls is situated in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, nestled amongst restaurants and bars. The traditional shoebox-style auditorium of the City Halls’ Grand Hall is renowned throughout the world for its fine acoustics. It has raked seating and a balcony. The Candleriggs Bar is flooded with light, even during the dreichest January evening.

Tickets and discounts

Seating and venue information

Glasgow  2010-11 season seating plan

Ticket Discounts

Senior Citizens – £2 off standard prices.

Students, Children and Unemployed People – £5 for any ticket.

People with a Disability – 50% off standard ticket prices for people with a disability and a carer.

Group Discounts – Groups of 6 or more save 20% off standard ticket prices.

School Groups – Teachers and/or accompanying adults go free when bringing a school or school-age youth group. For more information, contact SCO Connect on 0131 478 8353 or

People with disabilities

Full access for wheelchair users.

Guide dogs are welcome.

A Sennheiser infrared assisted hearing system is available. Headsets are available from the cloakroom for a
£5 refundable deposit and can be pre-booked via the Box Office.

Please notify the Box Office when booking.

Getting here

By Car
On the M8 motorway, take junction 15, turn left onto Castle Street following signs for the Royal Infirmary/East Kilbride/A730. Castle Street becomes High Street and at the fourth set of traffic lights, turn right onto Ingram Street. Candleriggs is the second street on the left. 

QPark on Albion Street offers City Halls’ patrons parking from 6pm-midnight for just £1.20 – pick up a voucher as you leave the Halls. Subject to availability.

By Train
Queen Street and Central Stations are a ten-minute walk from the venues.

For information on rail travel within Scotland, visit

By Bus
Many local service buses pass close by City Halls and the Old Fruitmarket, either along Trongate or Glassford Street. Most are operated by First Bus.

By Subway
The nearest subway station is St Enoch, which is approximately a ten-minute walk from the venues.