Don't miss the spectacular The Snow Queen this January at Theatre Royal
- Event: The Snow Queen
- Date: 3rd to 18th January
- Venue: Theatre Royal
Wrapping up affairs after the spectacular selection of performances put on for Scottish Ballet’s 50th Anniversary, a remarkable production of the Hans Christian Andersen classic takes to the stage.
Whether you’re a big ballet fan or are staying with Fraser Suites Glasgow in January and are looking for something to do, let us fill you in on all the essential information on the event. We can’t promise you’ll learn how to pirouette, but we can make sure you know how to get there, how to get tickets and where to stay while you’re in Glasgow.
Where is The Snow Queens taking place?
All performances take place at the Theatre Royal, only a mile away from Fraser Suites Glasgow on Hope St. It is the longest-running theatre in the country and provides an intimate space for a show like this.
How do I get tickets for The Snow Queen at Theatre Royal?
Tickets can be purchased at the official Scottish Ballet website here.
What time does the performance take place?
It all depends on what day you plan on attending. At the time of writing, performances of The Snow Queen were as follows:
- Friday 3 January - 7.30 PM
- Saturday 4 January - 2.30 PM & 7.30 PM
- Sunday 5 January - 2.30 PM
- Wednesday 8 January - 7.30 PM
- Thursday 9 January - 2.30 PM & 7.30 PM
- Friday 10 January - 7.30 PM
- Saturday 11 January - 2.30 PM & 7.30 PM
- Sunday 12 January - 2.30 PM
- Wednesday 15 January - 7.30 PM
- Thursday 16 January - 2.30 PM & 7.30 PM
- Friday 17 January - 7.30 PM
- Saturday 18 January - 2.30 PM & 7.30 PM
How much do tickets for The Snow Queen Glasgow cost?
Tickets vary depending on where you’re looking for sit, starting at £14.50 and going up to £54.50 for tickets in front of the stage.
Can I get a rideshare to the Theatre Royal?
Yes, you can order an Uber from your suite to the theatre. Due to the one way nature of roads in Glasgow’s city centre, fares can vary depending on the time of day.
When quiet, a rideshare will average £4. When busy, it can be anywhere from £8-£10. Some drivers may quickly drive to avoid traffic by taking you up High Street and on the M8, so don’t worry if you feel the car is going the wrong way – it’s merely a local shortcut.
What else should I see while I’m in Glasgow?
Whether you’re visiting on business or have a little city break planned to soak in the sights and sounds of the city, January is an excellent time of year to visit.
Read our guide to the best events in Glasgow in January 2020 and see what else is on while you’re here.
Where can I stay in Glasgow in January?
Fraser Suites Glasgow is ideally located to give you the opportunity to experience city life in Glasgow. Some of the suites we currently have available this January include:
Don’t forget you can always get the best rate possible on a suite by booking directly on-site and make sure to check our offers page in case there are any exclusive deals that could you see making the most of your stay.