Cathouse is one of the most favourite rock clubs in Glasgow, that hosts gigs and performances. The establishment opened its doors in 1990 and was located on Brown Street. It got its current home on Union Street in 1995. With 3 beautiful rooms and 750 people seating capacity, this venue has been hosting the best rock performers for the past 25 years and embraces the genres that are not expected in a traditional rock club.
The Cathouse is situated in the heart of Glasgow, right on the Union Street, which makes it easily accessible by any transport.
By train and tube: if you are travelling to the Cathouse by train, keep in mind that the closest railway station is located within only 2 minutes of walking distance from the venue – Glasgow Central Station. If you are taking the subway, the nearest station would be St Enoch SPT Subway Station, located 3 minutes of walking distance from the venue.
By bus: if you prefer to travel by bus, the closest bus stop would be Central Station. Consider the following bus routes: 263, 267, N7, N75 and N240. The bus stop is located 79 feet from the venue.
By car: the Cathouse is located on major Union Street, right between Argyle Street and Gordon Street. Coming from the motorway M8, take the exit to the Argyle Street, turn left onto Union Street, and the venue will be on your left-hand side.
International: if you are ready to visit Cathouse right as soon as your plane has landed in Glasgow Airport, take the motorway M8, and you will reach your destination in 15 minutes.
The venue does not offer a guest parking, but there are many park houses in close proximity to the venue. Consider parking on Mitchell Street (2 minutes walking distance) and car parks on Oswald Street and Jamaica Street (4minutes walking distance). All of them have designated parking spots for blue badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The guests are welcome to contact the administration of the Cathouse directly if they need any assistance or accommodation due to disability.