From Bach and Magic of Mozart by Candlelight to Ben Folds and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the Royal Concert Hall sees a broad range of both classical and popular productions and performances. Ring the box office for more details.
Designed by Sir Leslie Martin, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall rose from the ashes of the St Andrew’s Halls when Glasgow was awarded the title European City of Culture for 1990 and the new Concert Hall the cultural flagship for the city.
Incredibly, the building schedule allowed only 15 months for design and 27 months for construction. Construction only overran by 8 weeks but still met its target to be opened on 5th October 1990 by Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal at a final cost of £29,000,000.
Directions: Directions From Edinburgh Take the M8 junction 16 (Aberfoyle/George Square cut off) as you take this exit you will immediately see a sign on your left hand side advising you to follow signs for Concert Square Car Park (formerly Buchanan Car Park)
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