Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Additional Access Information: Kali Malone


By Foot: From George Square go north along the side of Queen Street Station on North Hanover Street. At the traffic lights, turn right and go along Cathedral Street to the end. Cross the road at the junction with Castle Street. Cathedral Precinct is on your right.

By Public Transport: There are a number of buses which leave from the city centre that pass near to the cathedral. The nearest train station is Glasgow High Street and then it is a 10 - 15 minute walk (up hill most of the way) You can obtain up to date information on buses and trains from Traveline Scotland’s website, First Bus Glasgow or National Rail Enquiries.

By Car: Exit the M8 at junction 15 and follow the signs for Glasgow Cathedral. Pay-and-display car parks are available in the vicinity. A public car park is about 80m from the cathedral's west door, on the opposite side of the High Street.

Venue Accessibility

The cathedral is approached over paving, lowered kerbs and cobbles. 

The west door has a stair lift down into the nave and a call point. Please use this or call the stewards on 0141 552 6891 to have the door opened.
The main entrance on the south side has four stone steps up into the nave.
The nave is level with a smooth slabbed floor
the choir is up five steps or via the stair lift. Speak to staff for help accessing the stair lift.

There can be loud noises from the organ

There are no public toilets available at the cathedral. The nearest adapted toilet is at St Mungo Museum about 15 meters away.

There are pews in the choir and nave in which visitors can sit, the seating is unreserved.

Only bottled water can be consumed at the venue.


This is a musical performance. The work is sound centred.

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