The Comedy of Errors: what to expect
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Where do the performances take place?
All performances will take place outside under a large canopy at New Rotterdam Wharf, Scottish Opera’s Production Studio Car Park: 40 Edington St, Glasgow G4 9RD.
The entrance will be at the top of Sawmillfield Street and clearly signposted.
How will the seating work?
Seating will be unreserved. If attending in a group, please arrive together with the lead booker. Stewards will show you to your seat on arrival.
A seat can be removed for a wheelchair to be accommodated. Please indicate at the time of booking or email email@example.com with any access requirements.
Where can I park?
There is a drop-off area by the entrance, which is around the corner from Edington St on Corn St. If you wish to make use of drop-off facilities, car parking stewards will be on duty. Please wait to be directed to the correct area.
Some on-street parking is available. Parking meters may be in force.
The nearest car parks are the Burnside Street Car Park (approx. 7-minute walk), Dundasvale Car Park (approx. 10-minute walk), Cambridge Street Car Park (approx. 12-minute walk) and Concert Square Car Park (approx. 15-minute walk). Please check parking restrictions and charges before travelling.
Will toilets be available?
Yes, toilets will be available, including an accessible toilet. These will be kept to a very high standard of cleanliness. Please follow signage through the venue to guide you safely to them.
Can I bring my dog?
Assistance dogs are welcome, but we regret that we are unable to allow other dogs into the venue.
What time should I arrive?
We'll send a pre-visit email with all the information about when to arrive, please allow plenty of time to be seated. Performance start times vary, please check on the performance show pages for the start time of your event.
What will happen when I arrive?
Please show your e-ticket to a member of staff on arrival and they will scan your QR code. This will be attached to your Booking Confirmation email. You can show your e-ticket on your phone or tablet, or print if necessary. Stewards will show you to your seat on arrival, please ensure all members of your group arrive together.
What happens if there is bad weather?
A large canopy will cover the audience seating area, so if at all possible the show will continue as planned. Our performers will also be under the cover. If bad weather means the performance is not possible, we will let you know as soon as we can and issue you a full refund. Please note that there will be no heating, so please dress appropriately for the unpredictable Scottish weather! You are welcome to bring your own blankets and cushions.
How long is The Comedy of Errors?
It has a running time of approximately 2 hours with an interval.