Concessions / Babies in arms:
Our concession tickets are offered to:
• Senior citizens
• Age 21 and under
• Arts workers (a member of Equity, BECTU, the Scottish Society of Playwrights, the Musician’s Union or Scottish Artists Union)
• Disabled people (some of our gigs, performances and events are created specifically for audiences with additional support needs, therefore the purchase of a ticket for a companion or carer is not necessary. For all other events the purchase of a ticket for companion or carer is required.)
• Unemployed people (you must be in receipt of one of the following benefits: Job Seekers Allowance, Employment Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit or Income Support)
Concessions are subject to availability and proof of entitlement must be shown when purchasing or collecting tickets at Platform Box Office, otherwise the difference will be charged.
Babies in arms (age 0 – 18 months and sitting on a parent’s lap) will go free unless the show has been specifically created for children within this age range and their adults. Please check the age recommendation of each show/event.
If you need further clarification on the pricing above please telephone 0141 276 9696 (opt 1) or email email@example.com
Our Local Links programme offers great discounts to those living in one of the local postcodes outlined below. Membership is FREE and once you join Local Links, you can enjoy at show at Platform for as little as £4 — which is less than half price.
To become a member please call our Box Office on 0141 276 9696 (opt 1) or pop in and speak to one of the Platform staff.
Eligible postcodes are: G1 1, G1 5, G4 0, G31 1–5, G32 0, G32 6–9, G33 1–6, G34 0, G34 9, G40 1–4, G69 6–8, G71 7
Annie Love, pictured above (74) from Cranhill has been visiting Platform over the last few years and is a member of Local Links.
Annie said: “I take part in drama groups, attend art exhibitions and use my Local Links discount to visit Platform performances — it’s a brilliant way to see lots of different shows for heavily discounted prices. Culture Café on a Sunday is also wonderful. It’s free and drop in and I like going for the company and interaction — plus there’s a different activity each week to enjoy.”