List of Theatres in Scotland

Aberdeen Performing Arts

His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen is the largest theatre in north-east Scotland, seating more than 1,400. Includes His Majesty's Theatre, Music Hall and The Lemon Tree.

Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh

A thriving music, theatre and dance venue with a strong community programme ... one of Scotland’s best-run middle-scale receiving theatres.

Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

The Citizens Theatre is based in Glasgow, Scotland and is the principal producing theatre in the west of Scotland. The theatre includes a 500-seat Main Auditorium, and two studio theatres, the Circle Studio and the Stalls Studio.

Dundee Rep Theatre

Dundee Rep Theatre is a world class arts generator for the people of Dundee. The theatre's work in all aspects of the operation is a model of excellence and the Dundee Rep brand is synonymous with the highest quality.

Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre - What's On

The Edinburgh Playhouse is the largest working theatre in the UK in terms of audience capacity, seating 3,059 people over three levels. Originally used as a cinema, nowadays the venue is used for large scale touring musical productions. The theatre is managed by the Ambassadors Theatre Group (ATG) who use it to house a wide variety of different performances each year.

Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Find out more information about Festival Theatre in Edinburgh, operated by Capital Theatres. Check seating plans, and box office and theatre opening hours.

Horsecross - Perth Theatre

Perth Concert Hall and Perth Theatre present a lively mix of music, theatre, dance, art and events. Join our community activities, eat or meet in our spaces.

King's Theatre, Edinburgh

The King's Theatre is a treasured piece of Edinburgh history and still a bustling home to popular stage entertainment, staging quality touring drama, kids' shows and Scotland's No.1 panto.

King's Theatre Glasgow

Opened: 1904 Capacity: 1,785 seats The Glasgow King's is one of Scotland's most historic and significant theatres and one of the most brilliant designs of the great theatre by architect Frank Matcham. Since it opened in 1904 it has played host to top Scottish and international stars ranging from Laurence Olivier and Katherine Hepburn to Stanley Baxter and Michael Jackson.

Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling

Macrobert Arts Centre is the arts centre for Stirling and the Forth Valley and a cultural hub for Scotland. Our vision is to promote and develop participation in, and enjoyment of the arts.

Theatre Royal Dumfries

The Theatre Royal in Dumfries, Scotland is the oldest working theatre in Scotland. The Theatre is owned by the Guild of Players who bought it in 1959, thereby saving it from demolition. The Guild's aim is to promote the tradition of live theatre in Dumfries.

The Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

The award-winning Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow's favourite family theatre. Since it opened in 1904, the Pavilion has stayed close to it roots producing and providing a traditional venue for Comedy, Music, Variety and all other areas of Entertainment.

Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Welcome to the website of Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Make sure you experience this unique theatrical phenomenon in the Highland heart of Scotland in 2018.

Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

The company has been resident at the Royal Lyceum Theatre since 1965 and has been shaped by artistic and associate directors including Tom Fleming, Ian Woolridge, Kenny Ireland, Bill Bryden and Richard Eyre. Throughout its long history, the company has welcomed many stars to its stage including David Tennant, Alan Cumming and Emily Mortimer to Tony Conti, Ian McKellan and Marlene Dietrich.

Scottish Event Campus

Previously known as the Scottish Exhibition + Conference Centre (SECC), the campus is operated by Scottish Event Campus Limited, which includes The SSE Hydro, SEC Armadillo, SEC Centre, car parks and surrounding land.

Shetland Arts

Shetland Arts Development Agency supports creative people in the local area, offering arts events, festivals, workshops, exhibitions and more from three Shetland venues.

Theatre Royal, Glasgow

Opened: 1867 Capacity: 1,555 seats The Theatre Royal is the oldest theatre in Glasgow and first opened in 1867. The current building dates from 1879 and is an outstanding example of the work of the architect Charles Phipps.

Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen

The Tivoli Theatre is one of Scotland's most historic buildings. Grade A Listed, it had stood unused and neglected since 1997. The Tivoli Theatre Company Ltd. purchased the building in 2009 and have restored it back to its former glory. The theatre was founded in 1872 as Her Majesty's Opera House and designed by James Matthews and C.J. Phipps.

Tramway, Glasgow

Tramway is an international art-space which commissions, produces and presents contemporary arts projects. Tramway’s vision is to inspire and add to our understanding of today’s world by connecting audiences and artists. Tramway is a space where you are welcomed to witness, engage, experience, participate, to be challenged and to learn...

Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Tron specializes in staging new and contemporary classic theatre across our two theatre spaces-our Mainhouse theatre and the smaller Changing House studio-curating an eclectic programme of work throughout the year which responds to the cultural interests and needs of the diverse community of Glasgow and beyond.

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