A map to the Tramway
25 Albert Drive
G41 2PE
0845 330 3501

Box Office Opening Hours:
Mon to Sat 10:00 - 20:00
Sun 12:00 - 17:00

Building Opening Hours:
Mon to Sat 09:30 - 20:00
Sun 12:00 - 18:00

A map of the Art School
Glasgow School of Art Students’ Association
20 Scott Street
G3 6PE



Tramway is serviced by the Scotrail Station at Pollokshields East. Trains run there from Glasgow's Central Station over a 5 minute journey. There are 4 trains an hour Monday to Saturday and 3 trains per hour on a Sunday. Visit for details.

The Art School is a 10 - 15 minute walk away from Queen Street and Central Station.


First Bus run services to Pollokshaws Road adjacent to Tramway from Union Street in Glasgow's city centre. Visitors should board any of the following bus numbers which run every 10 minutes: 3, 38, 57, 57A. Visit for details


Tramway is serviced by 2 SPT Underground stations; Bridge Street Subway and Shields Road Subway. The distance is just under a mile.

The nearest underground station to The Art School is Cowcaddens, a five minute walk away.

Visit for details.


For travelling by road to Tramway, the M8 runs through the city, connecting north with the M80 and south with the M74 and M77. Exit at Juntion 20 onto Cook Street and turn right at the main road into Eglinton Street. Continue up Eglinton Street which becomes Pollokshaws Road for approx ¾ of a mile and turn right into Albert Drive at St Ninian’s Church.


Glasgow International Airport is the closest airport to the city centre. Some main operators that fly into Glasgow International are Easy Jet, Fly Globespan, KLM, British Airways, Flybe, BMI.

The easiest way to get into the city centre from Glasgow International is by bus.
Glasgow Airport Express Service 500 - Services run roughly every 15 minutes and journey time from airport to the bus station is 25 minutes.
Visit the Glasgow International website for more details.

Glasgow Prestwick Airport is further away from the city centre. The main operator that flies into Glasgow Prestwick is Ryanair, from a variety of European locations.

The easiest way to get into the city centre from Glasgow Prestwick is by train. The railway station is accessible by a covered walkway to/from the airport. The service runs between 0548 - 2308 Monday - Saturday (every 30 minutes) and between 0850 – 2307 Sunday. The journey takes 50 minutes and terminates at Glasgow Central station.
Visit the Glasgow Prestwick website for more details.


If you’d like to come but something makes that difficult for you, we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch with Arika and we will try to help - or 0131 556 0878.

Tramway and The Art School have step free access to their public and performance spaces and have gender-neutral wheelchair accessible facilities. For more details from both venues please visit and

Information about the programme and schedule is available in alternative formats on request.



Check our Introduction and overview video in BSL to get a taster of the event -

The following events will be British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted by Jo Ross and Yvonne Waddell.  

Fri 21 - Life in Flight from Every Prison

Sat 22 - Miss Major and CeCe McDonald in Conversation

Sun 23 - Lineage for a Multiple-Monitor Work-Station

Sun 23 - Juliana Huxtable 

If you would like to attend other events, and require BSL interpretation we will try to make that happen. Please contact us, with as much notice as possible, and we will do our best - to arrange.


The following events will have Stage to Text Subtitling, provided by Stage Text.  

Fri 21 - Life in Flight from Every Prison

Sat 22 - Captive Genders - Criminalisation

Sat 22 - Miss Major and CeCe McDonald in Conversation

Sun 23 - Against Inclusion 

This involves the verbatim transcription of dialogue into text form as it is spoken live. Text is displayed as captions on a screen within the space.

Where to stay

Glasgow has a variety of hotels and accomodation to suit most requirements and budgets. The weekend of Episode 8 is a busy one however in the Glasgow calendar, so we'd recommend booking something in advance. For general info you can use the Visit Scotland website.

If you are looking for a hotel, we have used The Lorne Hotel previously and is recommended.  For hostels we also recommend the Euro Hostel which is centrally located and close to Central Station.