Glasgow has earned an international reputation as a cultural powerhouse. Big names and emerging artists alike have drawn inspiration from the unique characteristics of the city, reveling in contrasts between the historic and the cutting edge to create iconic works across multiple disciplines.
The Unique Boutique
For those looking for a unique Glasgow experience, look no further. Attention to detail, a strong sense of place and an intimate, independent attitude define the city’s stylish boutique hotels.
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Glasgow’s Unique Cultural Treats
Culture vultures will feel like they’ve landed in paradise with a visit to Scotland’s largest city. Check out the Trongate 103, an innovative contemporary arts space for seeing and making art which is also home to the beguiling Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre.
Cutting-edge creative venues like Oran Mor and The Arches run eclectic programmes spanning music, art, theatre and club nights.
A Glasgow Institution
Oran Mor’s ‘A Play, a Pie and a Pint’ sessions have become a much-loved Glasgow institution, while back upstairs in the main Auditorium your eyes will be drawn to the astonishing Alasdair Gray mural covering the ceiling. Murals by this iconic Glasgow artist and writer can be found throughout Glasgow’s West End and beyond.