Banksy's Grim Reaper has made an appearance outside the artists "Cut & Run" Exhibition at The National Gallery in Glasgow.
Such a great edition to an already amazing exhibition, which we strongly suggest you visit if you can. Tickets are now limited so do not delay!
Sunday – Thursday: 9am – 11pm Friday and Saturday: 9am – 5am the following morning
At weekends we are open all night but please be aware the show contains tight spaces, fragile items and disorientating light effects, if you show up appearing to be very intoxicated you may be refused entry.
Is it suitable for kids?
Yes, there are no swear words and all adult themes are dealt with quite childishly.
Can I take pictures?
NO Photography is permitted in the show. There are restricted environments that require you to stay in the moment and keep moving. You will be asked to put your phone in a lockable pouch for the duration.
Souvenir Polaroids taken by a member of staff are available on request and are complimentary.
Is there a cloak room?
No. There is a left luggage at Queen St Station, a short walk from GoMA.
Is the exhibition wheelchair accessible?
Yes. See the GoMA website for full accessibility.
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