O2 ABC Glasgow once housed Scotland’s first cinema in 1896 and over the years was also known as The Ice Palace, The Hippodrome and Hengler’s Circus until reverting to its cinema status in the 20th Century in various incarnations as the Regal, the MGM, Cannon and of course, the ABC until 1999.
Converted to a concert venue in June 2005 following an extensive £2m conversion by Regular Music O2 ABC Glasgow is one of Scotland’s best-loved live music and club venues.
Box office opening times
Mon – Fri 12 noon – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 2pm / 3pm – 5pm
Selected reviews for this venue:
Joanne Shaw Taylor (29/10/12) - Getting Better Everytime
Outstanding gig from Joanne and her Band,and with her new lineup she keeps getting better and better. A highlight for me was her outstanding version of Frankie Millers Jealousy which she performed in his home town.This girl and her band deserve bigger venues.
Address: O2 ABC Glasgow
300 Sauchiehall Street,
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Call Box Office Manager 0141 332 2232 ext 2: 12pm-6pm Monday to Friday and 10am-2pm & 3pm-5pm Saturday.
Or should you wish to purchase a disabled ticket for the event earlier than 10am please purchase from ticketing companies who are selling but just buy a standard ticket. Once you have purchased your ticket you must contact the venue box office on 0141 332 2232 ext 2 to confirm your disabled booking and carer pass if applicable.
Disabled customers should buy one standard ticket which will allow themselves & a carer into the venue. Wheelchair users are entitled to a carer free of charge to come with them and this person does not require a ticket. Access into the venue is on street level and there are lifts to all floors. In the O2 ABC Glasgow there is a permanent viewing platform for wheelchair users which can accommodate approximately 6 people. In O2 ABC 2 Glasgow there is no viewing platform.