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 was re-erected in its present site in 1901, without any significant change to the façade or interior.Langside Hall is managed by Glasgow Life, on behalf of Glasgow City Council, as a resource for the local community.
Langside Hall can be used for a variety of community, social and commercial activities, including but not restricted to meetings, small conferences, classes, clubs, arts and crafts, sports activities, dance classes, birthday parties, engagement parties, christening/communion receptions, slimming clubs and martial arts classes. It is also a popular wedding venue, for which special packages are available.
Experienced staff are always on hand to assist with any special requirements.
Please note that in accordance with Government Policy, smoking is not permitted in Langside Hall or our surrounding grounds.
Langside Hall can offer a range of catering services. A full pack detailing menus and packages to suit all tastes, including vegetarian and special diets, is available. Please call Langside Hall for further information.