Glasgow’s futuristic Clyde Auditorium is a new building and part of the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Scotland’s national venue for public events and also the UK’s largest integrated exhibition/conference centre.
As you can see, it looks rather like an armadillo from the outside.
Designed with acoustics in mind, it holds 3,000 people on three levels and promises to be a terrific place for David to play his first show in Scotland since 1974.
The stage is 18m wide and 12m deep. The theatre itself is kitted out in dark blue and black velour – very nice indeed.
If you’re lucky enough to have a ticket for the 27 May show, then we hope you have a splendid time.
Do let us know what your thoughts are. If you’ve been to the Clyde Auditorium before, do feel free to let other fans know what they can expect from this fabulous-looking venue. We’d love to hear from you.