Ramshorn Theatre

  • About
    The Ramshorn Theatre is a jewel in the crown of Strathclye University and of the Merchant City. It is a much-loved historic landmark building, a key venue in the network of city centre studio theatres, and a hub of theatrical and musical activity both as a performance space and as the University of Strathclyde Drama Centre.

    The original Ramshorn Church, built in 1720 in what was then Canon Street had a small graveyard round it. In 1780, the Town Council created the new burying ground, and Canon Street was widened to become Ingram Street. In 1824, St David's (Ramshorn) Kirk replaced the original Church.

    The Ramshorn was one of the first buildings ever to open for Doors Open Day, and the Ramshorn has proved to be extremely popular with visitors - for its architectural beauty, for the wonderful stained glass, and for the fascinating graveyard. During the summer, from mid July to mid September, the Ramshorn is opened to the public on Saturdays by the Guides from the University's Senior Studies Institute...
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  • Address
    98 Ingram Street
    G1 1ES
  • Booking Contact
    0141 552 3489
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Members of Mandy who have worked for Ramshorn Theatre