Where is the roller rink?


139 Middlesex Street, G41 1EE (type RollerStop CIC into Google maps and it puts a pin in our location)

Is there parking?


Yes there is on street parking; At peak times it can get very busy (especially during the school holidays). During peak times it may be easier to park at Shields Rd underground which is a few minutes walk from the rink.

What public transport links are nearby?


We are a few minutes walk from both Kinning Park and Shields Rd underground. If traveling by bus McGill's 38 and First's 9 go down Paisley Rd west which is close to the rink.

Is there a cafe?


Yes we have a cafe serving hot and cold drinks, snacks and toasties.

Are there lockers?


Yes, lockers cost 50p which is not returned once the door is locked. Monthly and annual pass holders don’t pay for lockers

I’m not skating do I have to pay?


Spectating is free at 4+ roller discos, but not at adult discos.

Are there skates available to hire?


Yes we have over 400 pairs.

 

Can I hire inline skates?


No, all of our skates are quad style (2 rows of 2 wheels, rather than 4 inline)

 

What sizes do your hire skates come in?


They start at a child's size 6 and go up to an adult 14.

 

Can I bring my own skates?


Yes of course you can, but it's up to you to ensure they are safe to use.

 

Can I bring my own inline skates?


Yes you are very welcome to.

 

Can I bring a scooter, skateboard or heelys?


No, we only allow roller skates or blades on our rink.

 

What should I wear?


Anything which is comfortable and doesn't restrict your movement. If you are hiring skates you MUST HAVE SOCKS.

 

Can I wear fancy dress?


Yes if you wish, many people do especially for parties.

 

What is the youngest age that can skate at the disco?


4 years

Am I too old to skate at the roller disco?


No you are never too old! If you are still active and healthy there should be no problems but please read the info below regarding any health concerns you may have.

 

I have a child with me who will not be skating, do I have to pay for them?


No, but they are not allowed on the rink unless they are skating.

 

Can wheelchair users join in at the roller disco?


Yes they can join in during appropriate sessions. Please review our Wheelchair policy for more information.

 

I am a student, can I get discounted entry?


Yes, you must present your valid matriculation card upon arrival.

 

I am over 60, can I get discounted entry?


Yes please present photo ID with your date of birth upon arrival.

 

How many people does a family ticket cover?


We have a variety of family tickets available, see our PRICE page for more details.

 

I have bought a ticket but can no longer make it, can I get a refund?


Refunds can only be given when the cancellation is 7 or more days before the event.
If cancellation notice is given between 24hours and 6 days in advance of the event, the ticket(s) may be transferred to a different date (no more than 2 months after the date of the original booking).
If you notify us on the day, or after the event took place you are not eligible for a transfer or refund.

 

I am not eligible for a refund, can I give my ticket to a friend?


Yes, they can bring your ticket along in place of you.

 

I've not received my email ticket, what should I do?


First of all check your spam folder, sometimes the ticket emails ends up here. The email will have the subject line RollerStop Roller Rink Glasgow. If you can't find the email ticket you can use your confirmation of payment as proof of purchase. 

 

Is there a bar?


No, drinking and roller skating don't mix. NO ALCOHOL is permitted in the premises. We strongly advise that you save the drinking until after you've skated, you'll have worked up a thirst! Anyone who is clearly intoxicated will not be allowed to skate and no refund will be given.

 

Do I receive tickets in the post?

No you will receive an email confirmation of your purchase, this is your ticket. 

Please have either a print out of this email or have it ready on your smart phone when you arrive at reception.

 

I have a health concern, should I skate?


No, skating is a potentially dangerous activity, if you're not sure then you shouldn't skate. We highly recommend that you do not take part in skating activity if you suffer from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, brittle bones, joint injuries or any other condition that could be aggravated by this activity. If you are, or suspect that you could be pregnant you should not take part in this activity. If you are still unsure, speak to your GP before you plan to attend.

 

Can I leave my children at the disco and collect them later?


We recommend for a first time visit, all U16s should be accompanied by an adult, at least until you are confident they can skate. Children who can skate and are 13 years+, with a mobile phone to contact an adult in case of emergency may be left on their own at the rink, at your own risk.

 

Can I bring an after school club?

Yes! Roller skating is a great activity for children's groups such as after school clubs, guides, scouts or summer clubs. To find out more information click HERE

Day out with the kids