How do I get to Parnie Street?
Parnie Street lies in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City and is easily reachable by public transport.
Please note that roads in the area will be closed to accomodate the Commonwealth events. Click here for a map of the Merchant City road closures.
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What if it rains?
There is always a chance of rain in Glasgow so keep an eye on the weather and come prepared!
What should I bring?
You don’t need to bring anything in particular with you to enjoy Scotch Hoppers but remember to check the weather before you leave the house!
If it’s a scorcher, remember your sun cream and hat and if the clouds are rolling in think about packing a jumper and a light waterproof or umbrella.
If you’re coming to a workshop, wear clothes and shoes that you will be comfortable moving around the street in.
Is there anywhere I can leave my things?
Thee will be a cloakroom at Scotch Hoppers so you can free yourself up for playing games! Anything you leave at the cloakroom is left at your own risk.
Is Scotch Hoppers accessible?
Parnie Street is a wheelchair accessible space.
Recorded audio description of the games will be available, just as when you arrive.
On Sun 3 Aug there will be live Audio Description of the Scotch Hoppers performance and the street immediately afterwards. If you would like to use this service, please speak to a member of staff when you arrive.
If you have any questions about access, please contact us.
Do I have to book in advance?
For performances and games, no, just turn up on the day. Click here for dates and times.
For workshops, please book your place now by contacting Eileen at Conflux on 0141 559 4928 / email@example.com