There are 36 ATG theatres up and down the country. Check what's on and find out more about a venue near you.
The Edinburgh Playhouse opened its doors for the first time in 1929. It was originally designed as a variety theatre, but by the time the building was complete it had been decided to open it as a cinema.
The Fortune Theatre, once so succinctly described as 'This most intimate of theatres' first opened to the public on Saturday, 8th November 1924.
Situated in historic York’s city centre, the Grand Opera House boasts a beautiful Matcham style auditorium on three levels.
Designed by Thomas Verity in 1881, we were built from first brick to opening night in six months. Under our original name of the Royal Comedy Theatre, the curtain rose on our first production, The Mascotte, on October 15th 1881. The ‘Royal’ was dropped from the title in 1884 and we remained the Comedy Theatre for the next 127 years.
King’s Theatre Glasgow is one of Scotland's most historic and significant theatres. It opened in 1904 as one of the most brilliant designs of the prolific theatre architect Frank Matcham and has played host to top stars and shows ever since.