There’s been a lot happening at Cottiers and Websters of late. We’ve taken out the fixed seating bank at Cottiers to make it even more accessible for weddings, music gigs and comedy events; while at Websters, we’re all set up for a fantastic new season of theatre shows in our gorgeous 188 seater venue.
Now that we’re moving our theatrical programme more regularly into Websters Theatre, we’ve decided that the time has come to move our main box office provision there too.
Of course, we’ll have box office staff on hand whenever there are ticketed events in Cottiers, but the desk in the venue won’t be manned on a day to day basis any more.
The phone number and email address will stay the same though and you can still book tickets any time you like via the website.
There’s still some ongoing building work at Websters this month to complete our shiny new bar area, so we’re hoping to get the box office installed there sometime in the next few weeks.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or need any help with booking tickets, just call us on 0141 357 4000 or email email@example.com
We’re really sorry to say that the gig by A Band Called Quinn, which was due to take place on Saturday 28th June at Websters Theatre has been cancelled.
We know that many people will be disappointed and we can only apologise for any inconvenience this causes any of our customers. Unfortunately, scheduling problems have meant the gig can no longer go ahead this month.
We have refunded any tickets already purchased back to the customers affected and the show will be taken off our listings page.
There are still plenty of other opportunities to catch this fantastic art pop band in the coming months throughout Scotland, though, so do check out their website.
Biding Time (remix) is part of this year’s Made In Scotland showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
On at the Dissection Hall at Summerhall on the 5th – 9th, 12th – 13th, 17th, 19th-21st, 23rd of August at 10:20pm. (£12/ £9)
Previews: 5th & 6th August (£6)
Sponsored by LaChunky Recording Studios supported by Arts & Business Scotland.