TO BOOK TICKETS PLEASE FILL IN THE RESERVATION FORM BY FOLLOWING THE LINK BELOW


Booking line time limit:

  1. The booking line for each show closes 2 hours before the start of the show. After that time you can buy tickets at the door (opens 20mins. prior to the show) but subject to availability.


Rates:

  1. Concession rates apply to students, OAPs, unemployed and young people under the age of 18 and people with disabilities.

  2. Children’s rate applies to young people under the age of 12 and only available for 40 mins. show.


Age recommendations:

  1. Promenade (40mins) show is not recommended for children under age of 4

  2. Wheels Of Life (60mins) show is not recommended for children under age of 12


Access:

  1. Please note that our 40mins. show is a promenade performance. The audience is required to move around following the action. Some seating is available throughout the space.

  2. First 15 minutes of the 60mins. show is seated after that it becomes a promenade also.

  3. Our venue is fully accessible. Please advise if your party includes wheelchair users.



         
 

GLASGOW SHOWS AND OPENING TIMES:

SPECIAL EVENTS

Programmed by John Cavanagh  |  www.johncavanagh.co.uk


Live music at Sharmanka:

The Weird Quartet - We Don’t Do Weddings

Sunday 4th August 2019, 1:30pm


Please note that from July onwards, our weekend music performances will begin at the slightly later time of 1:30pm. This fits with Sharmanka's new schedule and is ideal if you want to attend Sharmanka's own regular show following our music events.


For our August music event, a very special collaboration of four forces will meet to perform amidst Eduard Bersudky's marvellous mechanical sculptures.


Rebecca Pericleous is a violinist from Cyprus with an interest in improvisation and experimental performance. After teaching music in Vietnam, she is currently studying a masters in Musicology at the University of Glasgow. Her research interests evolve around music and conflict, like jazz and politics.


Fergus Hall is a composer, musician and improviser from the west of Scotland. Fergus has written for choirs, chamber ensembles and orchestras as well as electroacoustic works. He is one half of the improvising duo, Long Green Jaws.


Rufus Elliot is a composer, performer, and improviser. Rufus has written funerary marches for doomed spaceships and orchestral music about rotting seaweed, which have been performed in venues such as the Tate Modern and Bold Tendencies, London.


Florida-born cellist Simone Seales is currently pursuing her master's degree in performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Passionate about social justice in music, she has worked with El Sistema inspired programs, such as Teaching Artists International, and performed around the world.


Donations will be collected from audience members after the show has concluded.

Due to the limited capacity advance booking (at least 24 hours) is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.


SHARMANKA OFFERS TWO TYPES OF SHOWS:

PROMENADE - 40 mins. show

Selection of Kinemats mainly made in Scotland (1989 - present time)

£8 Full Price / £6 Concession / £4 Child


WHEELS OF LIFE - 60 mins. show

As above and including the original set of Kinemats from St.Petersburg (1974 - 1989)

£10 Full Price / £8 Concession

Personal / Group Shows and Discounted Shows for schools, colleges and community groups can be organised at other times. Please follow the link below:


 

For any other enquiries please get in touch by email: info@sharmanka.com