Prepare to take centre stage with the Tron Theatre Ghosts in Glasgow. Let the Scottish Ghost Nights team guide you on this journey into the night. Will you be need to improvise a hasty retreat when the spooks come to play?
The Tron Theatre is located in the Merchant City area of Glasgow and has been used as a theatre venue since 1981, originally, the site was that of St Mary’s Church, which was allegedly burnt down in 1793 by drunken members of the Hellfire Club. The church’s steeple survived intact, and can still be seen today. The building has taken on many incarnations during its history including a meeting hall, a place of execution and a police station.
Tron Theatre Ghosts
Due to the theatre’s colourful history it is no surprise that there have been several reports of paranormal activity within the building over the years, theatre staff often report feelings of being watched, one male staff member felt what seemed to be an icy finger across his neck, another saw an office door handle open on its own. Two phantom children and a man dressed in full horse riding apparel has been encountered, a dark apparition with a threatening presence has been witnessed in the boiler room, which is on the former site of St Mary’s crypt.
Supernatural phenomenon seems a regular occurrence in the theatre’s Victorian Bar, but the most paranormally active site is reported to be the two back rows of the auditorium. On our last visit there was poltergeist activity, strange shadows and voices telling us to get out. Join us as we investigate into the early hours. 5hrs of spooky, creepy, fun!
Saturday 30th June 10pm to 3am
(Over 18s only, no pregnant ladies, no alcohol)
63 Trongate Glasgow G1 5HB