Located in the west end of Glasgow, the Studio Warehouse (also known as SWG3) is a multi-disciplinary arts venue. Opened in a former Customs & Excise warehouse, this incredible facility offers you an amazing and memorable visit. The venue has a capacity of 1620 people spread over two rooms and a photographic studio with natural light. The facility annually holds exhibitions, gigs, clubs and events, with a community of over 120 creative practitioners. Famous performers like Blood Youth, Julia Holter
and The Manchester Orchestra had concerts at the venue.
The building is located on 100 Eastvale Pl, Glasgow G3 8QG, and there are several means of getting there:
By train and tube: Exhibition Centre is the nearest station – around 15 minutes away from the facility. After you exit the station head east on Stobcross Rd until you reach a junction with Eastvale Pl. Then continue walking to the east and you will see the building.
By bus: buses 334, 338, 341, 359 can lead you close to the Exhibition Centre station (directions are shown above). Number 100 can drop you off at the Riverside Museum – about 7 minutes away from the facility.
By car: the A814 route runs past the venue.
International: take a rail from Anniesland, Bridgeton, Maxwell Park or Possilpark & Parkhouse. Exit at Exhibition Centre and have a walk to the venue (as shown above).
You can leave your vehicle at the SECC’s car park, near the Exhibition Centre station. You can get directions from the operators of the park, and there are also available spots for Blue Badgers.
Accessibility for people with special needs
The Studio Warehouse welcomes everyone who seeks fun and joy. This opportunity is equal to every person, regardless of one's needs. The staff is keen to lend a hand if somebody needs help. If you need any special accommodations, feel free to contact the management when booking a ticket.