Saint Luke’s and the Winged Ox in Glasgow

Do you love architecture, but also love Food, Music and Beer? Well then, St Lukes’s and the Winged Ox is the place for you! The building itself is unique, in terms of its history and location. Being rare in the east end of Glasgow, this building has had a fascinating life. Built-in 1836, it was used as a church up until 2012. This was when the refurbishment of Saint Lukes’s took place.

How do I get to Saint Luke's from Glasgow City Centre?

The venue is located in the east end of the city, next to the Barrowland Ballroom. There are multiple train and bus routes to the area. With Bellgrove train station is a close walk, and Trongate is relatively close.

Nowadays, St Lukes’s is a fantastic example of a modern live music venue. However, it keeps its original decor and incorporates the beautiful Church-style audio atmosphere. In this restoration, the company attempted to keep as much of the church as possible. While also bringing in modern technology for music production, and of course a modern-style bar. This fantastic building has become an important part of east end life and its thriving music scene. There are multiple styles of gigs throughout the year, including all types of arts, like Comedy and Music shows. Admission to the facility depends on the show, however, their bar is open most of the week, so you can still pop down for a drink and enjoy the aesthetics inside. So what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off, come and see the fantastic architecture and catch a gig!

  • Bar.
  • Food is available.
  • Parking.
  • Central location.
  • Regular shows.

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