Exhibition Way Glasgow, United Kingdom G3 8 0141 248 3000
The venue plays host to national and international artists and bands as well as major comedy stars and sporting events. Made for you, it truly is Scotland's new home of live entertainment.
With a seating capacity of 12,000, The SSE Hydro augments the SECC Glasgow's existing event venue portfolio as an additional iconic architectural landmark on the banks of the River Clyde.
The venue is ranked in the top five busiest indoor entertainment arenas in the world alongside such iconic venues as Madison Square Garden in New York and The O2 in London.
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The Lismore Bar:
"Tastefully decorated in a modern manner that still recognises traditional Highland culture, the Lismore is a relaxed and laid-back bar. The whisky selection is excellent and the malt of the month is always a bargain. Live Scottish and Gaelic music is played every Thursday night..."
So said no less an organ than The New Tork Times - not quite Partick's local paper! The Lismore is an institution; involved in its local community and a mainstay of Glasgow's annual West End Festival. Winner of the Scottish Licensed Trade News "Whisky Bar of the Year" in 2005, the decor includes specially commissioned stained glass depicting scenes from the Highland Clearances, a reference to the ancestors of many of the Lismore's regulars who were Highlanders and Western Islanders driven off their land and into the city in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Situated in Glasgow's bohemian Partick neighbourhood, the bar's eclectic mix of clientèle reflects the wide backgrounds of those who call Partick home.. At the foot of Byres Road by Kelvinhall Underground station, in recent years the former ship building hub has become synonymous with music, food and fashion. The Lismore's interaction with it's community sees its active involvement in the area's annual West End Festival and other neighbourhood events.
"It's a village pub in a city. You get the feeling that everyone in there knows each other and the friendly bar staff make sure that you're greeted with a smile and Scottish charm." - yelp.com
"The Lismore Bar existed long before the resurgence of Partick Cross' bar culture, and will doubtless continue to do so long after it declines." - The List
Small friendly original Irish bar in Glasgow West End..Jintys is a landmark being here for over 25 years ..Well know for our fabulous Guinness, our live music 7 nights per week, and when weather permits, a lovely big beer garden to the rear...Not forgetting our biggest day of the year, St Patrick's day on the 17th of March! Its also home to George Donaldson, affectionately known in Jintys as 'big George' George has been playing in Jintys for 23 years still here. Sadly Our George passed away recently, but Jintys will never forget him ....He will always be part of us. we serve the old quarter gil measure
Performance and Sports Venue Near The SSE Hydro
SausageFest Distance: 0.8 miTourist Information 490 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow, United Kingdom G2 3LW
An acoustic open mic where bands and artists can play their material, or anything they want! If you do fancy playing just get in contact with us through email or telephone and maybe send a wee demo of you playing so we can get you on the list.
We have these on Sunday nights but dates will be given in advance. Even if you don't want to play just come along anyway to enjoy the free music!
Food, drink and music.....what more can you ask for on a Sunday night?!