at 297 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JN
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The King’s Theatre Glasgow is one of Scotland’s leading live entertainment venues. It was designed by the prolific theatre architect Frank Matcham and opened in 1904. The King’s plays host to show-stopping musicals straight from Broadway and the West End as well as providing a platform for flourishing amateur dramatic groups. The annual King’s pantomime is a firm family favourite and over the years has featured Scottish greats including Stanley Baxter, Jimmy Logan, Rikki Fulton, Elaine C. Smith and Gerard Kelly. More recently comedy stars Karen Dunbar and Gavin Mitchell have had audiences rolling with laughter in the aisles and kept the magic of the King’s traditional panto alive. The King’s also stages a variety of comedy, drama and kids’ entertainment.
By Car - Glasgow City Council operates a supervised 24hr, pay-on-foot (credit cards accepted) multi-storey car park behind the theatre in Elmbank Crescent with access via Elmbank St. Parking after 6pm costs £1 and this charge entitles you to park until 9am the following day. This car park has spaces reserved for people with disabilities. Northbound on the M8 - Exit at J19 and follow signs for the City Centre. At the first set of traffic lights turn left into Pitt St, then first left into St Vincent St and then second right into Elmbank St. Turn first left into Elmbank Crescent and the car park is on your right. Southbound on the M8 - Take the right hand lane to exit at J18 and follow signs for Charing Cross and Kelvingrove. Staying in the left hand lane turn left into Sauchiehall St and then right into Elmbank St. Turn second right into Elmbank Crescent and the car park is on your right. Eastbound from A814 Clydeside Expressway - Turn left from the Expressway for M8 (signed Stirling, Edinburgh, Carlisle) but do not join the motorway. Follow the A804 towards Charing Cross, moving towards the middle lane. At the third set of traffic lights turn right into Sauchiehall St and then second right into Elmbank St. Turn right into Elmbank Crescent and the car park is on your right. By Train - Charing Cross station is on the low level line between Queen Street (connections with main line trains and Buchanan Street Underground) and Partick (connection with Underground) stations. Turn right outside the station entrance then right again on reaching Bath Street. The Kings' front door is around one hundred yards on your right. For full timetable information call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950. By Bus - Routes 18, 42, 44 & 57 go past the theatre on Bath Street travelling west and along Sauchiehall Street travelling east. For full local timetable information call Traveline on 0870 608 2608. For other bus information, including fares and ticket information, please call 0141 423 6600 between 8.30am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 8.30am to 12.30pm Saturday. By Coach - Coaches may drop off but not park in front of the theatre. Coach parks are located at High Street (call in advance 0141 552 7276) and Buchanan Bus Station (call in advance 0141 333 3762). Charges apply. Taxis - There is an official rank on Sauchiehall Street but taxis can be in short supply around the King's around the beginning and end of performances. You can call for or book a black cab from Glasgow TOA on 0141 429 7070.
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