The Tron Theatre is located at the corner of Trongate and Chisholm Street, in the Merchant City area of Glasgow, Scotland.
From its early years as a theatre club, the Tron has grown into a thriving multi-faceted venue. Home to the award-winning Tron Theatre Company, it is a producing house for contemporary theatrical work and also functions as a receiving house for a diverse visiting programme of theatre, comedy and music from Scotland, the UK and abroad. Its Education and Outreach department offers a range of activities from drama workshops for children and young people, to creative writing for adults and professional development opportunities for theatre students and practitioners.
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... of Michael Boyd (1986 to 1996), the Tron established itself as a powerhouse of both new writing and dynamic productions of classic texts, making good use of the available Scottish ... Many of these artists maintain a continuing association with the Tron ... During 2000 the Tron Theatre Company presented two world premieres of plays by Scottish writers "Our Bad Magnet" by Douglas Maxwell and "Further than ...
... The Glasgay! Festival includes theatre, visual art, music, dance, comedy, film, clubs, literature and exhibitions, covering a variety of venues across the Merchant City, City Centre and West ... a major classic revival, and a six week classic film series at London's BFI Southbank, Glasgow Film Theatre and Edinburgh Filmhouse. 2008 line up features Laurance Rudic (formerly Citizens’ Theatre) in the UK premiere of The Parade, written when Tennessee first fell in love in 1940 ...
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“The theatre is supremely fitted to say: Behold! These things are. Yet most dramatists employ it to say: This moral truth can be learned from beholding this action.”
—Thornton Wilder (18971975)