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All reviews rear stalls excellent acoustics security staff fantastic concert penn and teller jimmy carr jools holland row c intimate venue front row plenty of leg room parking facilities taxi rank large venue sound quality comfy seats great seats
Myself and my partner attended here last night to see The Human League however the temperature up in the gallery was ridiculous. They obviously had problems with the air con. It was so uncomfortable warm that we left early missing the songs that we were...More
Spent last night watching Dionne Warwick at the Clyde Auditorium (Armadillo for us locals )
Place is very clean.
Staff are so lovely chatty and helpful.
Looks like no interrupted view from any seat (we were in row C in the Circle)
However it would...More
Hi again this time I'm giving you the low down on the Clyde Auditorium, effectionately known as the Armadillo because of its shape. The real difference between this and the nearby SECC, or Hydro is luxury the inside is like one vast slope of lovely...More
went to evanescence concert here and absolutely loved the place.We were in seats near front which were roomy with loads of legroom and fantastic view of stage.The lighting and sound gives a great atmosphere and artist can interact with audience.their is a bar where you...More
I actually really liked it here! To start the architecture is immense! You can’t miss it and has such a unique shape.
The main Clyde auditorium is big. You can sit just about anywhere and still see the stage. I thought the seats were very...More
Enjoyed great views of The League of Gentlemen: Live Again there sitting in the circle. Recommend getting there early as venue can be confusing and toilets were hard to find. Only thing wear light clothing as it was boiling there and it wasn't even a...More
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You could try parking in the side streets around Finnieston but it would depend on what time you arrived at. We have parked there before (free street parking) and then gone to a local pub for something to eat before going to... More
You could try parking in the side streets around Finnieston but it would depend on what time you arrived at. We have parked there before (free street parking) and then gone to a local pub for something to eat before going to the venue.