- Box office 0141 552 5924
- Bar open Mon–Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 12.30pm–midnight
- Food served Mon–Sun 11am–10pm
- Average price £5.50 (set lunch); £12 (evening meal)
- Website www.blackfriarsglasgow.com
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There are 16 events at this location
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All The Rage
Hip mix of indie, post-punk, garage, indie pop, northern soul, pop and other music for dancing.
Big Science Pub Quiz
A pub quiz about science, packed with live demonstrations. Don't worry if you don't know what a covalent bond is, or how to add up a string of consecutive numbers in your head – there'll be room for inspired guesses too.
The Bird Doggers
A toe-tapping trip into the past with the very best of 1950s rock'n'roll and rockabilly. Bring your dancing shoes.
Celebrate Scinema: Viewers' Choice
A science-fiction classic chosen by members of the public. You can vote for your favourite at glasgowsciencefestival.org and the screening will be followed by a Q&A with science boffins from the University of Glasgow.
Seven-piece New Orleans style R&B with a side of Cajun.
Classic mod sounds, 60s psych and northern soul at Scotland's premier mod club, with regular DJs Mikey Collins and Paul Molloy.
Helen Arney: Voice of an Angle
Stand-up science, songs and silliness from the science-themed comedian and singer/songwriter.
Plenty of 60s rock and mod covers from this band who use genuine instruments and garb from the day.
The Mess Around
Vintage dance party featuring DJ Duncan Harvey with a mixture of 40s, 50s and 60s tunes.
Not Two | Not One
A mix of jazz and DJ skills form Ray Harris and his sextet with DJs Rebecca Vasmant and Colin Cook.
A new weekly night for students and anyone else who likes their music of the deep house and tech variety.
Raucous rock'n'roll, groovin' R&B, thumping soul and other sounds from the past that'll make your backbone slip.
The Shiverin' Sheiks
Rock'n'roll, country and gospel from members of The Five Aces, Bottleneckers and Hidden Masters.
Too Darn Hot!
The monthly retro-modern club from Glasgow songwriting star Lou Hickey, accompanied by Club Noir's Tony Poprock, playing Buddy Holly to The Buzzcocks and a bit of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in between.
Why We Die
Biologist Simon Watt investigates the science of why we die, in a talk featuring immortal jellyfish and the story of how Charles Darwin came to attend a seance (Darwin's verdict: 'rubbish').