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. Situated in the heart of Glasgow’s Theatreland, the Pavilion is one of the oldest theatres in Scotland but is well equipped to produce the best in entertainment in the 21st century. There is something for everyone at the Pavilion, come and see!
This is a populist city. It may have spaces for the kind of cutting-edge theatre that can baffle audiences but Glasgow also appreciates a good night out. That means something like An Evening of Dirty Dancing, maybe Motown and Philadelphia on Tour, psychics or Treasure Island as the Christmas panto featuring Michelle McManus who rose to fame after winning Pop Idol. This is the kind of fun you find at the Pavilion Theatre in Renfield Street which bills itself as Scotland’s National Theatre of Variety. Panto laughs, hypnotists and Fleetwood Mac tribute bands keep the Pavilion very much alive and kicking.
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