The King’s theater is one of the oldest and most established theaters in Glasgow. It was designed by Frank Matcham who was a well known English architect around the turn of the century and construction of the building was completed in 1904. The theater, since its inception, has developed a reputation for putting on top quality shows focusing on touring musicals, dance and circus type performances. It has also allowed a massive number of local artists to make a name for themselves as it was one of the first venues to start promoting local talent in a serious way.
The building remains an important landmark in the city of Glasgow and is owned by the Glasgow City Council, who maintain the building to ensure the valuable architecture is properly preserved. It’s location is at the intersection of Bath and Elmbank Streets and this gives the entire neighborhood a view of the building.
Address: 297 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4JN, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 844 871 7648
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