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Familiarly known as "The Armadillo" the design is based on an interlocking series of ship's hulls, in reference to the Clyde's shipbuilding heritage, and not the Sydney Opera House as many believe.
Was sceptical about seeing a stand 'up' in such a big room, but it really works, somehow. I was on 3rd floor in row W,so as high+far back as poss, but could see + hear everything. Good venue. A+
Also called the Armadillo, this is concert hall with impressive architecture is one of the city's best concert venues. This is also connected to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.
Decent view even from upper circle. If parking in Multi-story, pay your £7 when you go in and beat the queues when leaving
Walk west along River Clyde then cross Millennium Bridge to Glasgow Science Centre and BBC Scotland on Pacific Quay. Then walk east and cross Clyde Arc (known locally as Squinty Bridge). (20 minutes)
Great music venue