Langside Hall

Langside Hall

About Langside Hall

5 Langside Avenue, Glasgow South Side G41 2QR
01412875919
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Langside Hall is an “A” listed building situated on the South Side of Glasgow. It was originally built in 1847 as a National Bank of Scotland in Queen Street, Glasgow and re-erected in its present site in 1901 without any significant change to the façade or interior.

Langside Hall is managed by Glasgow Life as a resource for the local community. It offers a range of rooms that can cater for anything from small scale meetings to a large scale event/concert. Opening hours are flexible to suit most people’s needs and there is experienced staff on hand to assist with any special requirements.

Langside Hall is a perfect venue for meetings and small conferences, classes and clubs, fairs and exhibitions, rehearsals and concerts all at very competitive rates. It is also a very popular venue for parties, dances and weddings for which special packages are available.

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