Glasgow is one of the world’s most prestigious locations when it comes to top quality venues for pop and rock concerts, sports events, exhibitions and conferences. And the great thing is that 10 Hotel is is a short distance away from all of them (at most only 15 minutes by taxi) making it a convenient place to stay over if you’re visiting Glasgow for a special event.
Below is a list of selected forthcoming events at Glasgow’s top venues: the SSE Hydro, SEC Centre, SEC Armadillo, Hampden Stadium and Glasgow theatres.
Upcoming Events 2017
|Mon 15 – Sat 20 Jan 2018||Hedda Gabler
Award-winning playwright Patrick Marber’s adaptation of Ibsen’s classic play has already received critical acclaim and enjoyed a sold out run at the National Theatre. Lizzy Watts stars as the eponymous herione.
|Play||Theatre Royal, Glasgow|
|Tue 16 – Sat 20 Jan 2018||Tango Moderno
Come and lose yourself in a breathtaking display of Ballroom, Latin, and Argentine tango blended into a vibrant, new modern tango performed by world champion dancers Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace.
|Musical Dance Show||King’s Theatre, Glasgow|
|Sun 21 – Tue 23 Jan 2018||Scotland’s Trade Fair and Scotland’s Speciality Food Show
Scotland’s biggest event for retail buyers and suppliers of Scottish made and themed gift products. In conjunction with Scotland’s Speciality Food Show.
|Sun 21 Jan 2018||Mercury: The Ultimate Queen Tribute
Mercury are one of the top Queen tribute bands in the world and won the National Tribute Awards in 2013. The highly authentic music and performance includes Queen classics such as Bohemian Rhapsody, We Are The Champions, We Will Rock You and Radio Ga Ga.
|Rock Tribute Concert||Theatre Royal, Glasgow|
|Mon 22 – Sat 27 Jan 2018||Strangers on a Train
Famous as a novel (by Patricia Highsmith) and film (by Alfred Hitchcock) Strangers on a Train is a spine-chilling, suspense drama that grips from beginning to end. Starring Christopher Harper, John Middleton, Jack Ashton and Hannah Tointon.
|Play||Theatre Royal, Glasgow|
|Tue 23 – Sat 27 Jan 2018||The Sound of Music
The musical that needs no introduction. Lucy O’Byrne from BBC One’s The Voice and the West End’s Les Misérables plays Maria in this 5 star rated production. Neil McDermott stars as Captain Von Trapp.
|Musical Theatre||King’s Theatre, Glasgow|
|Wed 24 Jan 2018||Chris Rock
The Total Blackout Tour is US award winning comedian (also actor, director, producer and writer) Chris Rock’s first UK tour in ten years. Whether its observational, cultural or political satire Chris Rock is always funny.
|Sat 27 Jan 2018||GRIT Orchestra with special guest Danny MacAskill
A totally unique event combining orchestral music of Martin Bennett’s Bothy Culture with spectacular stunt cycling! Part of Celtic Connections’ 25th Anniversary.
|Orchestral Sports Entertainment||SSE Hydro|
|Sat 27 Jan 2018||Paul Carrack
Singer songwriter Paul Carrack is as well known for his solo career as his time in Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics. Expect hits from his impressive back catalogue such as The Living Years, How Long? and Don’t Shed a Tear.
|Rock Concert||SEC Armadillo|
TransportTo get to any of the venues above we can arrange a taxi or help you with travelling vie public transport. Please ask at reception for assistance.From 10 Hotel to Exhibition Way(SSE Hydro, SECC and Clyde Auditorium (Armadillo))Car: 13 minutes (estimated time). Parking at multi-storey car park (MSCP) adjacent to The SSE Hydro. Tariff: 1 hr £3.50, 2-12 hrs £7.00.
Taxi: £11.50 (estimated fare).
Train: 30 minutes (estimated time from Crosshill Railway Station to SECC Railway Station. 3-4 minute walk from 10 Hotel to Crosshill railway station.) Off-Peak Day Return £2.10, Anytime Day Return £3.60.
Bus: 50 minutes (estimated time).
Walking: 60 minutes (medium pace).From 10 Hotel to Glasgow City CentreCar: 11 minutes (estimated time). Car parks at St Enoch Centre, City parking (Cowcaddens), Q Park (Waterloo St). Please ask at reception for Glasgow city centre parking information).
Taxi: £9.50 (estimated fare).
Train: 10 minutes (estimated time from Crosshill Railway Station to Glasgow Central Station. 3-4 minute walk from 10 Hotel to Crosshill railway station.) Off-Peak Day Return £1.90, Anytime Day Return £2.60.
Bus: 20 minutes (estimated time).
Walking: 45 minutes (medium pace).From 10 Hotel to Hampden StadiumCar: 5 minutes (estimated time). Parking at Queens Park recreational ground. £5 per car, £10 per minibus.
Taxi: £6.00 (estimated fare).
Walking: 15 minutes (medium pace)