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May - August FP

What’s On at the Beacon May – Aug 2017

We’re delighted to launch another packed programme to keep you, your family and friends entertained, welcoming the very best in music, drama, dance, comedians and local theatre to our spaces.

TO BOOK A TABLE CALL 01475 723 723.

Sit back and enjoy our spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde.
We serve morning coffee, scones and pastries and afternoon tea, cake and tray bakes.
You can also order a light lunch – homemade soup, sandwiches and baked potatoes.
You can browse our menu here.
To make a reservation call 01475 723 723
Bar + Kitchen Opening Hours
Mon to Sat 09:00 to 17:00 / kitchen closes 16:45
Sunday closed
We are open later on show nights and offer a pre-theatre meal on selected performances. Look out for our pre-theatre stamp in our brochure!

The Beacon

the beacon arts centre

Beacon Arts Centre is situated at Customhouse Quay in Greenock and overlooks the spectacular views of the River Clyde estuary towards Argyll and Dunbartonshire.

A great wedding venue


Our spaces can accommodate up to 150 guests and our events team can help advise on trusted suppliers. Call to arrange a personal viewing and to discuss arrangements.

Theatre Hire

Beacon Centre

The Beacon has 2 performing spaces, and 3 large rehearsal rooms. Our proscenium arch theatre seats 504 coupled with a flexible studio space.

Free Wifi

The new building is equipped with cutting-edge theatre technology as well as providing free guest wi-fi, and parking.

Book Tickets

If you require assistance with your booking, please email or phone our office on 01475 723 723.

  1. Choose production
  2. Choose performance
  3. Choose seats
  4. Select tickets
  5. Complete sale

Beacon Arts Centre opened in January 2013, and is the legacy of the Greenock Arts Guild Theatre, which served the community of Inverclyde for 65 years.