Where to get your free copy of The List

Pick up issues at these venues in Glasgow and Edinburgh

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Where to get your free copy of The List in Edinburgh and Glasgow

So, you may have heard through the grapevine that we recently made some changes here at The List. One of those changes is that our print edition now runs every two months, and get this – it’s free. Hurrah! If you fancy getting your hands on a copy, you can do so in a number of bars, restaurants, venues, theatres, cinemas and galleries, some of which we’ve listed here.

GLASGOW

Bar Soba (Byres Road, Mitchell Lane)
Bar Bloc (Bath Street)
Brewdog (Argyle Street)
The Drake (Lynedoch Street)
Moskito (Bath Street)
Nice'N'Sleazy (Sauchiehall Street)
Bar 10 (Mitchell Lane)
Òran Mór (Byres Road)
Lighthouse (Mitchell Lane)
Gallery of Modern Art (Royal Exchange Square)
Glasgow Film Theatre (Rose Street)
O2 ABC (Sauchiehall Street)
Citizens Theatre (Gorbals Street)
The Arches (Argyle Street)
King's Theatre (Bath Street)
King Tut's Wah Wah Club (St Vincent Street)
CCA (Sauchiehall Street)
Tron Theatre (Trongate)
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum (Argyle Street)

EDINBURGH

99 Hanover (Hanover Street)
Montpeliers (Bruntsfield Place)
City Cafe (Blair Street)
Hemma (Holyrood Road)
The Villager (George IV Bridge)
Brass Monkey (Drummond Street)
Boda Bar (Leith Walk)
Joseph Pearce (Elm Row)
Indigo Yard (Charlotte Lane)
Edinburgh Printmakers (Union Street)
The Assembly Rooms (George Street)
The City Art Centre and Fruitmarket Gallery (Market Street)
The Hub (Castlehill)
The Drill Hall (Dalmeny Street)
Filmhouse (Lothian Road)
Cameo Cinema (Home Street)
The Queen's Hall (Clerk Street)
Summerhall (Summerhall)

If you’re a student, many university buildings also have copies for your reading pleasure, as do a handful of public libraries in both cities. Failing all of that, you can always order our latest issue online.

Happy free reading everyone.

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