1000 Westerhouse Road, G34 9JW
0141 276 9696 [OPT 1]
Monday 13th May at 10.30am and 1.30pm
£5/£4 (local links) Teachers and carers tickets are free
Advance booking is essential. Online booking is not available.
Please call the Box Office direct on 0141 276 9696 [OPT 1] or by email at email@example.com make your booking.
Platform is a busy arts centre at the heart of The Bridge building in Easterhouse. Platform shares the building with Glasgow Kelvin College, Glasgow Life swimming pool and library and there is a café bar which will be open during the day.
There is a large entrance foyer and reception desk/box office area as you enter the building. The theatre space is accessed through double doors at lower ground floor level. The Studio Theatre can be found next to the café and opposite the front desk/ reception/box office.
How to find Platform
From the East or West please take J10 of the M8, turn left at the traffic lights and continue straight along Westerhouse Road. After passing McDonalds on your right hand side you will see a wind turbine. Please turn right at the wind turbine into the Bridge car park. The entrance to the Bridge is on the right beside Glasgow Kelvin College.
Sat Nav: G34 9HZ – 1200 Westerhouse Road
Parking, drop-off and pick up areas
The venue is accessed from Westerhouse Road. There are vehicle drop off points in the car park beside the access ramp and at the main entrance.
Local Taxi Service
Glasgow Private Hire: 0141 774 3000
Travelling from Glasgow, Queen Street Station take the east bound lower level trains. The stop for the Bridge is Easterhouse Train Station and both the Airdrie & Edinburgh bound trains stop at Easterhouse.
From Edinburgh Waverly take the Helensburgh Central train. The walk from the train station is approximately 15mins. Please check scotrail.co.uk for the latest travel updates.
Stagecoach X19 is the fastest way from the City Centre to Platform.
First Buses that also pass by Platform are 38/A/B/C/E 41 43 46 60/60A/M60
Public toilets are in the café bar, which is to your right as you enter the building. There is a large private disabled toilet on the ground floor beside the reception. Please ask staff for access. There are toilets beside the entrance to the auditorium on the lower ground floor.
We are making ‘Meeting Room One’ available for use if required during your visit. Meeting Room One is quiet carpeted room just next to the reception desk here at Platform and contains tables, chairs and plenty of space to sit or lie on the ground. Just let a member of the Platform team know if you would like to make use of this space during your visit to the building.
Visiting the venue in advance
We appreciate that visiting a new place can be a challenging experience for some people. If you have booked tickets to see Sound Symphony and would like to visit the venue before the performance day so the young person you are with has a chance to familiarise themselves and look around, please let us know and we will happily arrange someone to be there to show you around and inside the theatre. Please contact Matt Addicott, Performance Programme Lead to arrange your visit.
Customer service and guidance/support
Please contact Matt Addicott, Performance Programme Lead for further information, for assistance or to arrange a visit. 0141 276 9672 / 9696 or firstname.lastname@example.org