- Telephone 0141 339 7223
- Opening times Mon, Tue & Thu 10am–8pm; Wed 10am–5pm; Fri & Sat 9am–5pm; Sun noon–5pm.
- Provides: Free wi-fi
There are 14 events at this location
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Artists' Views of The Victorian West End
Historian Gordon Urquhart explores the historical development of the West End as it was recorded by Scottish etchers, painters and water colourists of the 19th century.
Byres Road - A Great Street
Kevin Murray takes a look at the unique characteristics of Byres Road.
Byres Road Makers Market
A market on the last Saturday of the month featuring handmade crafts and work by Scottish designers, artists and crafters.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh in The West End
Deirdrie Bernard of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society looks at CRM's local legacy.
David Mullane, Hyndland Residents Association Chairman gives an illustrated talk on the elegant Edwardian architecture of Hyndland and the havoc left by the Clydebank blitz in 1941.
From the Sheepmount to The Camera Obscura
Bill Black, local historian, highlights several interesting episodes in the early history of Sheepmount, the hill that forms the core of North Kelvin.
Glasgow's Central Hotel
Bill Hicks and Jill Scott, authors of Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel talk about how they researched the hotel's history.
Interior Design of Daniel Cottier
David Robertson of Four Acres Charitable Trust talks about one of the leading lights of the 19th century, and the completion of phase 1 of the restoration at Cottiers (once Downahill Church).
Janey Louise Jones: Princess Poppy Party
Be a princess for the day and enjoy storytelling and fun activities. Suitable for age 3 and up.
Katie Morag Stories with Mairi Hedderwick
The feisty Katie Morag is a much loved character - a chance to meet her creator and hear some of her adventures. Mairi Hedderwick will also sign her books. Suitable for age 5 and up.
Mill Girls on Tour
A spell-binding synergy of poetry and musical interludes reflecting the history of the Mill Girls, their loves, trials and triumphs.
Spotlight on Cinemas
Gordon Barr, editor of ScottishCinemas.org highlights the architectural history of cinema with a focus on the west end of Glasgow.
Tenement Management Old And New
Ann Flint, co-author of "Tenement Handbook" and Iain Friel, president of the Property Managers Association of Scotland present essential tenement issues.