Blackfriars

Blackfriars
36 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LG
  • Box office 0141 552 5924
  • Opening times Mon–Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 12.30pm–midnight.
  • 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)
  • Email
  • Website www.blackfriarsglasgow.com
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Blackfriars
  • Average price: £5.50 (set lunch); £12 (dinner)
  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Events at this venue

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Brendon Burns: Mansplainin'

The host of the Dumb White Guy podcast offers confident stand-up.

Sun 11 Mar

£11 (£8.80) / 0141 552 5924

Fin Taylor: Lefty Tighty Righty Loosey

Taylor mounts a full-on attack on the present-day Left and its moral high ground.

Sat 17 Mar

£11 (£8.80) / 0141 552 5924

Mat Ewins Presents Adventureman 7: The Return of Adventureman

Multimedia mayhem with lots of audience interaction loosely hung on an Indiana Jones-style adventure plot, including spoofs of video games and films.

Sat 17 Mar

£11 (£8.80) / 0141 552 5924

Matt Winning: Filibuster

Avalon Promotions Ltd A show about climate change from comedian and environmental economist Matt Winning describing how global warming is destroying both the planet and his life. ‘Lightweight stuff’ (Guardian). Matt gives a presentation on how a world which is sick of experts may not be about much longer. For fans of…

Sun 18 Mar

£11 (£8.80) / 0141 552 5924

Stuart Mitchell: Morals

Sharp one-liners and clever wordplay from 2012 New Act Of The Year finalist and panelist on BBC Radio Scotland's Breaking The News.

Fri 23 Mar

£11 (£8.80) / 0141 552 5924

Tiff Stevenson: Bombshell

The critically acclaimed stand-up – as seen on Mock The Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats and the BAFTA nominated People Just Do Nothing – offers smarty, witty and culturally acute material.

Fri 16 Mar

£11 (£8.80) / 0141 552 5924

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1. Scotbeer3 Mar 2011, 3:12pm Report

Blackfriars is a true Merchant City Institution. Opened in the late eighties by Allan Cunningham who then gave Glasgow The Brewery Tap in the west end this merchant city bar stands the test of time to this day.
If my memory serves me correctly Blackfriars also was the first bar to hold stand up comedy at the "Comic Club" in their basement with Fred Macaulay and Stu Who and their range of Ales regularly featured beers from across the UK and Belgium.
Allan moved to Sweden and I think he was opening a Blackfriars over there. Anyone know if he did?

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