The Couper Institute

The Couper Institute

About The Couper Institute

86 Clarkston Road, Glasgow South Side G44 3DA
01416372157
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The Couper Institute is a “B” listed building situated on the South Side Glasgow, Which was designed by the internationally renowned architect, James Sellers. It is managed by Culture & Sport Glasgow as a resource for the local community and offers a range of rooms which can cater for anything from a small scale meeting to a large scale social event/concert.

The Couper Institute is a perfect venue for meetings and small conferences, classes and clubs, fairs and exhibitions, rehearsals, shows 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.

Upcoming Events at The Couper Institute

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Popular Events

Kelvingrove Bandstand Family Festival
Glasgow Life will throw open the doors of the beautiful Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre for a fantastic three week FREE programme of children and family events over the Summer!
Summer Nights at the Bandstand
The Summer Nights at the Bandstand festival returns to Kelvingrove Park in July and August and includes performances from Van Morrison, Bryan Ferry, Pretenders and Jimmy Cliff!
Glasgow Kite Festival
Come along to Bellahouston Park on Sunday 22nd July and watch as the skies are filled with kites at the Glasgow Kite Festival!
Portal
Embark on an audiovisual adventure as multimedia artist Robbie Thomson and composer Alex Menzies transform the 762 metre-long walkway of the Clyde Tunnel into a sensory subterranean spectacle!
Brick Wonders
Historic Environment Scotland presents Brick Wonders at Glasgow Cathedral featuring recreations in LEGO® bricks of amazing sights from around the world, curated by artist Warren Elsmore!

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