Pavilion Theatre

  • About
    The Pavilion Theatre has been entertaining audiences with its unique mix of variety entertainment for over 100 years.

    Designed by Bertie Crewe for Thomas Barrasford, the Pavilion Theatre opened at the corner of Renfield Street and Renfrew Street, Glasgow on the 29 February, 1904.

    It was regarded as luxurious for its time with its decor being described by the owners as "pure Louis XV". An electrically operated sliding roof ensured good ventilation.

    The Pavilion Theatre is now the only privately run theatre in Scotland and one of a few unsubsidised independent theatres left in Britain.

    From our legendary pantomimes to the shows, musicals, singers, comedy acts, magicians and hypnotists we regularly present, you're sure to enjoy a visit to the Pavilion.

    For all public transport timetable enquiries, call Traveline Scotland on 0870 608 2 608, 7.00am to 10.00pm, seven days a week.
  • Built in
    1904
  • Address
    121 Renfield Street
    Glasgow
    G2 3AX
  • Website

Members of Mandy who have worked for Pavilion Theatre