Hidden Lane Gallery

Hidden Lane Gallery

About Hidden Lane Gallery

1081 Argyle Street, Glasgow West End G3 8LZ
07760669011
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The Hidden Lane Gallery opened its doors for the first time in early November 2009. In the former hearse and limousine garage of the local funeral undertakers, the gallery was set up by Joe Mulholland – who has developed the nearby Hidden Lane complex at 1103 Argyle Street in the areas between the main road and St Vincent Crescent. This provides workspace for artists and musicians, designers and jewellery makers, writers and publishers, woodworkers and architects, French polishers and sculptors and several recording studios.

Home of the wonderful work of photographer Margaret Watkins (if you don't know the story, swing by and ask about it) exhibitions have included African Art, glass, photography, paintings and the work of Glasgow Artist Alasdair Gray.

The gallery is open 1100-1700 Tuesday to Saturday.

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Blue Light Festival
The Blue Light Festival returns to Riverside Museum over the September Weekend featuring an array of emergency vehicles old and new!
RSNO Christmas Concert featuring The Snowman
Enjoy a special showing of the festive classic, The Snowman, on a large screen, accompanied by the RSNO at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall!
Shrek The Musical
Shrek The Musical, the all-singing, all-dancing, must-see musical comedy, is coming to the King's Theatre Glasgow this Autumn!
Witches Fae Easterhoose
Des Dillon, writer of Singin I’m No A Billy I’m A Tim, brings his HILARIOUS smash hit dark comedy, Witches Fae Easterhoose to the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow!
GlasGLOW
This Halloween, step into a magical world full of light, fantasy and fun when GlasGLOW comes to Glasgow's Botanic Gardens courtesy of itison!

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