Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre

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We are delighted to announce that Glasgow Life's newest Arts venue, the newly refurbished Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre is now complete!

This fantastic venue offers a unique open air performance space in the idyllic grounds of Kelvingrove Park, fully equipped with modern facilities and infrastructure to host a variety of exciting events from live music and dance, to theatre, spoken word recitals and much more!


Events Programme

The History of Kelvingrove Bandstand
Wednesday 10 September 6.30pm Free Admission, no booking required
The Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN

Using The Mitchell Library Archives, our Heritage Team tell the story of the Bandstand from it's construction in 1924, it's heyday as a venue through to it's triumphant rebirth this year.


Glasgow Doors Open Day Events

Captivating Concrete  Talk
Monday 15 September 6-7pm   Free Admission, no booking required
New Glasgow Society Offices, 1307 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8TL

Join experts in the field to learn about the recent transformation of Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre and other innovative uses of concrete in public parks.
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Let Glasgow Flourish Talk

Wednesday 17 September 7-8pm  Free Admission, no booking required
Kelvingrove Park Tennis & Bowls Pavilion, Tennis Courts, Kelvin Way,  G3 6BY

Ruth Davies, Architectural pattern maker and wood carver, presents an intriguing talk on the creation of the replica Glasgow Coat of Arms for the newly restored Kelvingrove Bandstand. Learn about the high quality craftsmanship involved in this landmark building’s crowning glory.
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Kelvingrove Bandstand in the Frame! Photography Workshop
Thursday 18 September 2-4pm, Free Admission, but booking required. Book online by calling 0141 276 9509 or emailing here
Meeting point: Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre

Practical photography workshop at Kelvingrove Bandstand – hints and tips with Building Surveyors from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland.
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Share your Kelvingrove Bandstand Memories

Kelvingrove Bandstand is particularly important for its social history and the memories of the venue that live on in the minds of the people of Glasgow and beyond. 

Click here to find out how you can share your memories and shape the story of this wonderful venue.

Keep an eye on these pages for future updates on the Kelvingrove Bandstand's programme of public events
 




 

 


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