Drygate, Glasgow

GILDED BALLOON COMEDY AT DRYGATE

Drygate Brewing Co, 85 Drygate, Glasgow G4 0UT | Box Office 0131 622 6552
Shows Start at 8:30pm, various dates

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The Gilded Balloon continue to present the very best comedy line ups each month at Drygate in Glasgow. Indulge yourself in the stellar line ups of comedy, comfort food and craft beer – a winning combination.

How do I get there?

The address of the venue is:-
Drygate Brewing Co
85 Drygate
Glasgow G4 0UT

Map and directions available here

How do I book tickets?

Online
Click here to book tickets online

Phone
0131 622 6552 (Mon-Fri 10am-6pm)

In Person
Tickets may be available on the door from 7.30pm on performance dates.

How do I collect my tickets?

Your email confirmation is your ticket. Please print (or have viewable on your smart phone) and show upon entry to your event. We do not send tickets out by post to online bookers – please notify us on boxoffice@gildedballoon.co.uk or 0131 622 6552 (Mon-Fri 10am-6pm) if you do not receive your e-confirmation or if you lose it.

If you are not able to print your ticket please make a note of the Transaction ID in the e-mail and bring this along with the card you used to book. It will not be possible to enter the show without this information.

What concessions are available?

Concession prices are applicable to students, registered unemployed, customers with disabilities, senior citizens (65+ or 60+ and in receipt of a UK pension). Proof of status must be presented at the venue. Concession tickets are only valid when accompanied by appropriate identification. Customers who require the support of a carer are entitled to one free ticket with their purchased ticket. These tickets are available by phone 0131 6226552.

Is there an age limit?

Yes. Customers must be 18+ to attend the show. The venue operates a Challenge 25 Policy so please bring appropriate ID (valid Passport, UK/European Driving Licence, PASS accredited proof of age card)

When should we arrive?

The doors to the events space open at 19:30 and the show begins at 20:30. Latecomers may have to wait for an appropriate break in the show to be seated.

The bar and restaurant is open from 11:00. Those wishing to eat should book a table for no later than 18:30 to ensure your meal is not rushed before the show.  

Can we reserve tables?

All seating is unreserved. Tables are allocated on a first-come first-served basis on the night. Arrive at door opening times to get the best choice of table. We cannot guarantee that late arrivals will be seated together.

What time does the show finish at?

The show is usually 2hrs in duration (including an interval) and finishes at around 22:00.  The bar is open until midnight.

Can I get something to eat?

Absolutely, all ticket holders receive 15% discount on food on the night of their booked performance.  All the details you need about the restaurant at the venue can be found here Booking is recommended as the venue is particularly busy on a Friday. We’d recommend booking a table no later than 18:30 to ensure you aren’t rushed before the show.

Is the venue accessible?

Yes. There is ramped access to the ground floor of the venue, a fully accessible toilet on the 1st floor and a fully accessible lift to take customers between floors. Assistance dogs are more than welcome in the venue.

We advise wheelchair users to book in advance to guarantee access and in order that we can reserve a suitable table for the party. Customers who require the support of a carer are entitled to one free ticket with their purchased ticket. These tickets are available by phone 0131 6226552.

If you are a wheelchair user/have special access requirements and book tickets online please call 013 622 6552 (10am – 6pm Mon-Fri) or email boxoffice@gildedballoon.co.uk so we make the necessary arrangements for you.

We welcome all assistance dogs.

Can we heckle the acts?

No. These guys are professional comedians for a reason and we guarantee that they are funnier than you (especially if you are a few beers in…).  The same goes for chatting when the acts are on stage. Chatting disturbs the people around you and is pretty rude to the people onstage. Remember, it’s not TV and they can see/hear you.

Is there anywhere to park?

Drygate has a free on site car park.