One of Glasgow's oldest theatres, the Pavilion Theatre of Varieties opened in 1904 as a music hall. It is a category A listed building, designed by Bertie Crewe.
The auditorium's capacity of 1449 is made up of 677 stalls, 341 circle, 413 balcony and 18 box seats.
Legendary performers at the Pavilion include Marie Lloyd, Little Tich, Harry Lauder, Sarah Bernhardt and a then unknown Charlie Chaplin.
The nearest car park is Concert Square. The Pavilion is well served by rail, bus and underground transport.
In 2023 it was bought by Trafalgar Entertainment's Theatre division.
Events at this venue
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The Adam Buxton Podcast
Ramble along with comedian and writer Adam Buxton, as he heads out on his first ever live podcast tour! Crowned the winner of the inaugural Podcast Champion gong at the 2017 British Podcast Awards, Buxton has since delivered a medley of deep, kind and hilarious chatter across hundreds of episodes. Expect an evening of…
Wed 29 May
Sold out / 0141 332 1846
Brian Butterfield: Placeholder Name Tour
Brian Butterfield makes his live stage debut, imparting all of his business knowledge from his decades spent within the business world working as everything from Lord Mayor’s Croupier to Circus Horse Dentist. Brian believes that every failure is just an opportunity to learn a new lesson. Having opened, and closed, several…
Tue 25 Jun
£30–£35.60 / 0141 332 1846
Circus of Horrors - Dr Haze's Cabaret of Curiosities
Hot on the heels of The Circus of Horrors Phantasmagoria the ‘Haunted Fairground' comes a sensational - Dr Haze's Cabaret of Curiosities -This fangtastic new show is set to blow your mind with an amazing set, stellar lights, special effects & of course Beautifully Bizarre Circus acts, a sinister story and the darkest…
Sun 3 Mar
£24.35–£32.85 / 01749672243
Ed Byrne: Tragedy Plus Time
The Dublin-stand-up and regular guest on Mock The Week returns with a new show of observational humor.
Sun 22 Sep
£29.50 / 0141 332 1846
Hue & Cry
Hue and Cry stormed UK's music scene in the 1980s with hits such as Looking for Linda and Labour of Love, which are now embedded as part of the soundtrack to many people's lives and have formed an important part of the musical commentary on British politics of the 1980s and 90s.
Fri 25 Oct
£43.10 / 0141 332 1846
Sat 26 Oct
£43.10 / 0141 332 1846
Ruby Wax - I'm Not as Well as I Thought I Was
In 2022, Ruby Wax checked in to a psychiatric institution at a time when trying to stay sane in a completely chaotic world is an all-time challenge, especially if you have struggles with your mental health. I’m Not as Well as I Thought I Was is an honest and insightful read into Ruby’s psyche and explores the impact of…
Wed 12 Jun
£32.25 / 0141 332 1846
Fresh from his sold-out, critically-acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe run and becoming the most viewed British comedian of all time on TikTok, world-famous prankster and Lee Nelson creator Simon Brodkin is back with an outrageous new stand-up show. In ‘Screwed Up’ Simon rips into celebrity culture, social media, the police…
Sat 28 Sep
£28.32 / 0141 332 1846
The Ultimate Boyband Party Show
Boy bands are back… alright! Cue the wind machine and get ready to celebrate the 90s! These five bad boys with the power to rock you promise an unparalleled night of non-stop nostalgia in this exciting new theatre tour. Grab your friends for a party like no other as you’re taken on a journey of chart topping hits from…
Sun 8 Sep
£21–£27 / 0141 332 1846