Scottish Youth Theatre at Old Sheriff Court, GlasgowVenue Location

Scottish Youth Theatre
The Old Sheriff Court Building
105 Brunswick Street
Glasgow G1 1TF

Accessibility Information 

The venue's building has lift access to all levels. There is an audio loop throughout the building. Rooms are colour coded and signposted with braille. There are also both gender neutral toilets and gender assigned toilets.

Everyone's accessibility needs are different but we hope the above links provide the information you require. If not, please email us with any questions you might have.

We have reserved a limited number of rooms at a hotel located directly across from the venue. Please see below for more information. 


Because we are a student-run event, we are unable to offer delegates a dedicated accommodations team, although we will endeavour to assist if we can. Fortunately, Glasgow offers a number of hotels close to the venue and a range of public transportation options for delegates who are able to use buses, the subway, and/or trains.

A search on Google Maps for 'Scottish Youth Theatre' should show nearby hotels, such as Travelodge on Queen Street, Premier Inn on George Street, and the Brunswick (which is across the street from our venue). The neighbourhood of the Scottish Youth Theatre is known locally as Merchant City, which may help you when/if searching by specific neighbourhood(s).  

For delegates with accessibility needs, we have reserved a limited number of rooms at the Brunswick, a hotel located directly across (approximately 23 feet) from the venue. These rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. To arrange booking, please email us at for instructions.


While we have provided estimated costs for the various transit options below, please note that prices are, of course, subject to change and you should verify all information directly with each carrier or service provider, including whether any particular route is in operation at the time of the conference (weather, labour strikes, and other factors may result in cancellations or delays but planning ahead typically avoids these potential issues). 


The nearest airport is Glasgow International (GLA) (15km from the city centre). The Airport Express Bus (X500) (£13.50 with return) runs every 10 minutes and takes typically takes 25 minutes to arrive at city centre. A taxi into the city will usually cost approximately £23.70.

Edinburgh international Airport (EDI) is 63km from Glasgow city centre and offers more international flights as the largest of the three nearby airports. The Citylink Air (£21 with return) bus to Glasgow runs every 30 minutes and takes 60 minutes to arrive at Buchanan Bus station in Glasgow city centre (see below). A tax to Glasgowi is approximately £91.40.  

Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK) is 51km from the city centre and works with several low-cost carriers to connect Glasgow with a limited number of European destinations. The X77 Bus to Buchanan Street Station (see below) runs every 30 minutes and travel takes 60 minutes. Train service to and from this airport runs every 30 minutes and takes 50 minutes with 2 changes. Purchase your ticket from a staffed service desk and received 50% off when you show your airline ticket or booking confirmation. A taxi into the city will cost approximately £77.60.


If you’re arriving by train or coach, you will arrive at either Glasgow Queen Street Station, Glasgow Central Station, or Buchanan Bus Station. All three locations are located in the city centre and are within walking distance or a short taxi ride to the conference venue and nearby accommodations. 


If you are driving into Glasgow, the venue has nearby carparks and street parking. Costs vary from moderate to expensive. Street parking is very limited and tends to fill quickly.

Student delegates can park in the Duke Street City Car Park (13 min walk) for £5.00 using a 'Pay on the Day' card, which must be collected in advance by showing your student ID.

  • The underground Subway stations nearest the venue are situated at St Enoch and Buchanan Street. Click here for more info about the Subway. Glasgow's subway is the third oldest in the world (behind London and Budapest) and was installed toward the end of Queen Victoria’s reign. An original booking office from 1896 still stands in St Enoch Square and is now a coffee shop.
  • The nearest rail station is Glasgow Queen Street, approximately 0.3 miles from the venue. Click here for more information about this station.
  • For bus routes and options, please click here