Glasgow Box Office for Edinburgh Fringe opens

Something people can see in Glasgow

Something people can see in Glasgow

Thousands of glum, bemused faces will glance briefly at the Edinburgh Fringe box office set up at Queen Street station in Glasgow as residents of Scotland’s largest city continue to shun the world’s largest arts festival despite it being a 50 minute train journey away.

According to the EdFringe: “Glaswegians can now avoid buying tickets in person and not pick up tickets they haven’t booked in advance from the ScotRail station before they don’t catch the train as they don’t really care about that sort of thing.”

Comedy that Glasgow is purposely missing out on during the course of August includes shows from Michael Mcintyre, Stewart Lee and maybe Russell Kane (nobody really knows who’s there at all really, but he seems the sort).

The box office supported by ScotRail, Creative Scotland and Virgin Money is located on the main concourse of Queen Street Station and is open every day until Monday 27 August from 08:00 – 20:00 for people to ignore and carry on with Glasgow things like shouting.

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