Airports to the city

Glasgow International Airport
Glasgow Airport is Scotland’s long-haul gateway, with some 30 airlines serving around 90 destinations worldwide.

Glasgow Shuttle
500 Glasgow Shuttle service, operated by First Bus, incorporates stops in close proximity to several accommodation locations. This direct journey into the City Centre departs every 10 minutes from the front of the terminal building.

Glasgow Taxis
On arrival at the airport you can call and book a taxi with Glasgow Taxis on +44 (0) 141 429 7070.

Glasgow Airport Taxis
Glasgow Airport Taxis are always located immediately outside the terminal building or can also be booked by calling +44 (0) 141 848 6363.

Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Glasgow Prestwick Airport is south west of the city and is a 45 minute direct train link from Glasgow City Centre.
Scotland’s Rail Operator gives you details on timetables, special ticket offers and other useful travel links.

Stagecoach X77
The coach departs form Prestwick Airport at the A79 Bus Stop and terminates at Buchanan Street Bus Station in Glasgow.

Edinburgh International Airport

Edinburgh Airport is only 45 minutes from Glasgow.

Airlink 100
The Airlink 100 service departs from stance 19 and will travel into the heart of Edinburgh, including a stop at Waverley train station.

Airlink N22
In the early hours, the N22 takes the same route as the Airlink 100 to the centre of Edinburgh.

Central Taxis
“Black Cabs” are provided by Central Taxis and you can find these waiting outside the terminal building or you can also book one in advance on +44(0)131 229 2468

Edinburgh Airport Taxis
Edinburgh Airport Taxis can be booked in advance on +44 (0)131 663 6526

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Kiss of the Spiderwoman

An adaptation of Manuel Puig’s KISS OF THE SPIDERWOMAN “a mesmerising exploration of masculinity, loyalty, love and sexuality”

by Manuel Puig
adapted by Grant Smeaton

Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow 1-12 November 2005

Directed by Grant Smeaton
Set/Costume Design by Veronica Rennie
Lighting Design by Paul Sorley

“Kiss of the Spiderwoman” chronicles the relationship between two cellmates, Molina and Valentin, in a shared prison cell. Their communication begins with Molina, a gay window dresser who is serving time for ‘corrupting a minor’, entertaining Valentin, a Marxist political prisoner, with a summary of his favourite movie. The narrative of the movie, about Irina, part-woman, part-panther, and her troubled relationship with her architect husband, runs parallel to the main plot of the play. Molina and Valentin are characterized by their reactions to the movie’s events and characters.


Derek McLuckie
Grant Smeaton
Voices of Ross Stenhouse & Jim Kerr