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    MacRobert Arts Centre

    Situated within the grounds of the Stirling University, the MacRobert Arts Centre not only screens local art cinema but also regularly hosts a variety of performances and events. It is noted as being Scotland’s premier children’s art venue and is easily accessed from virtually all corners of the country. While the majority of performances are designed to cater to young minds you do not have ...

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    Pavilion Theatre

    The Pavilion Theatre is one of Glasgow’s oldest theatres. Located at the top of Renfield Street in the northern side of the city, the theatre is easily reached by bus or subway. The Pavilion Theatre was opened on 29 February 1904 as a music hall and, at the time, it was considered to be state-of-the-art. The building was designed by Bertie Crewe at the request of Thomas Barrasford and the ...

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    Kings Theatre

    True to its name, Kings Theatre always was and always has been a theatre fit for Royalty. This stunning building was designed by the legendary theatre architect Frank Matcham, and ever since opening in 1904 it has been host to a number of top performers and performances. Today the Kings Theatre in Glasgow is regarded as being one of Scotland’s oldest and most significant theatres. When you ...