25 Albert Drive, G41 2PE
1893, 1988, 2000 (Cat B)
A former tram depot, this vast Southside building was converted into a theatre in 1988. 30 years on, it continues to produce internationally renowned contemporary visual art and performance. Browse historical exhibition catalogues and join us for a talk about the rich history of the building.
An archive of artist books and catalogues will be on display, alongside past programmes, architectural plans and photographs. The archive is open 1-3.30pm, and is followed at 4pm by a talk.
Our large gallery is open for you to explore, and contains a large site-specific installation inspired by its architecture, by artist Samara Scott. Our partners The Work Room will also be opening their doors: find out about their work with dance artists across Scotland.
Take part in a sun-printing workshop (1-3.30pm) with our friends in The Hidden Gardens, find out about the other art forms in the building.
Sat 9.30am – 8pm, Archive on display 1pm-3.30pm, Talk 4pm-4.45pm
Limited street parking is available on Albert Drive and nearby residential streets
Accessibility: Flat access at entrance and ground floor, with automatic sliding doors. Entrance to studio theatre is via a shallow ramp. Access to first floor is via a lift.
Live captioning will be available for 4pm talk
Take part in a sun-printing workshop (1-3.30pm) with our friends in The Hidden Gardens, find out about the other artforms in the building.
Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
Wellpark Enterprise Centre
120 Sydney Street, Glasgow
Registered Company Number: SC079721
Scottish Charity Number: SC015443