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Pinocchio by Citizens Theatre at Tramway

Citizens Theatre at Tramway, 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE

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Pinocchio by Citizens Theatre at Tramway Pinocchio by Citizens Theatre at Tramway

Child and adult tickets to Pinocchio by Citizens Theatre at Tramway; follow the mischievous wooden puppet on his magical journey to be a real boy

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Advance ticket collection required. itison tickets must be exchanged at the venue box office from 1hr prior to the performance. Please aim to arrive at least 20mins before the advertised time.

Multiple purchases permitted.

Duration: approx. 2hrs inc 20min interval.

Seating is unreserved.

Recommended for ages 6+. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Line-up is subject to change.

Wheelchair access available. Please contact the venue directly if disabled seating is required.

Tickets can be presented on mobile device or printed for redemption; please show your ticket on arrival.

Ticket is non-refundable unless event is cancelled.

Ticket is not exchangeable for cash or valid with any other offers.

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  • Citizens Theatre at Tramway
  • 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow,
    G41 2PE
  • Tel: 0141 429 0022
  • Website

The Citizens Theatre presents a mixture of contemporary versions of classic plays and new Scottish drama. It also produces theatre for children and young people, community productions and delivers a pioneering range of creative participatory projects for varied communities and in the education sector. It is currently undergoing the most comprehensive redevelopment in its 140-year history and is scheduled to open in Autumn 2021