This information is regularly updated
so please keep checking in
We are currently planning for Tramway Theatre to reopen to the public in June and we will share more information on this, and our other arts, music and cultural venues, including any indicative reopening dates, as soon as we are able to.
Glasgow Life is using the Check In Scotland service, which aids businesses in collecting the contact details of visitors and customers. This digital service allows NHS Scotland’s Test and Protect service to conduct faster contact tracing and help stop the spread of Covid-19.
We will ask you to provide your contact details, quickly and securely, by scanning an official Test and Protect Check-in Scotland QR code poster via your smartphone camera, or by downloading the Check in Scotland app. Anyone over the age of 12 can use the Check In Scotland service, which is designed to take as few details from you as needed.
If you are unable to do this, we will still need to manually collect your contact details in line with existing Test and Protect guidance. This information will be held securely for three weeks and then destroyed.
We will provide regular updates through our social media channels as well as on the Glasgow Life website.
As a charity, Glasgow Life is hugely grateful for the support it has received during the coronavirus pandemic, which has helped us to continue vital work in communities across the city during the most challenging of times. You can continue to help us by donating here.