The Old Fruitmarket
The Old Fruitmarket is a concert hall, part of the City Halls and adjoining the grand hall. It was a functioning market until the 1970s.
It has hosted concerts by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. It has a flexible capacity of 1000-2000 and is used for jazz and traditional music events, and also by the BBC SSO for more experimental contemporary music events.
Events at this venue
There are 6 events at this location
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European Outdoor Film Tour 17/18
Tickets available now! Click here. The most renowned film event on the European outdoor calendar: The European Outdoor Film Tour is heading to more than 300 venues in 14 countries showing inspirational protagonists with an heartfelt passion for adventure and the great outdoors. Throughout the programmes of the last 15…
Mon 6 Nov
£13.50 / 0141 353 8000
- 19:30 – 22:30
Hebrides Ensemble: Restless Love
Hebrides Ensemble featuring Meow Meow Restless Love £15 (£10 concessions, £5 students) An evocative and intimate reimagining of Schubert and Schumann’s best-loved songs, Restless Love shuns beautiful, melodic singing and, instead, embraces the raw, guttural emotions of love, anger and loss. Arranged and…
Mon 20 Nov
£15 10% booking fee on tickets / 0141 353 8000
- 19:45 – 21:00
The Fife-born Sheena Mary McDonald, aka Horse, performs her self-penned indie-pop and rock material.
Fri 17 Nov
£17.50–£19.50 / 0141 353 8000
Pre-order 'Glasshouse' the new album by Jessie Ware before 12pm on Monday 18th September to get priority access to tickets for the 2018 headline tour. Click here for information. General tickets on sale 21st September 2017. Jessie Ware will release her third album ‘Glasshouse’ on the 20th of October via…
Tue 20 Mar 2018
0141 353 8000
- 20:00 – 22:30
Classy South London singer with a soulful, R&B-tinged sound.
Tue 20 Mar 2018
£25 / 0141 353 8000
Reviews & features
SNJO plays Coltrane3 Jul 2007
JAZZ John Coltrane is the most iconic of modern jazz giants, and it was inevitable that the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra would get round to honouring the master. Tommy Smith chose the 40th anniversary of his death, and celebrated Trane’s own…