This lovingly restored location was a former church that is now a stunning live music meeting hall and top notch restaurant. The name of the location comes, of course, from the former St Luke’s church and now embodies both history, good music and extraordinarily food and service. After it has been disbanded in 2012, this historical landmark went through an elaborate restoration process that made it become a temple of good taste in music and food, were the original interior merges with modern lighting and sound technology. With a huge hall and out-front area, the newly repurposed church can sustain up to 600 people.
Saint Luke’s Glasgow is located near the The People's Palace & Winter Garden and is easily accessible by car, tube, train and bus.
By train and tube: there is a train station in about 11-minutes walking distance from the venue. You only have to take the ScotRail to High Street Station and then walk for about 10 or 11 minutes until you get there.
By bus: there is a CITY bus stop near the location, located within 2 minutes of walking distance. You can get there by bus lines 240, 2, 60 60A and 61, all driving you in the same spot.
By car: Saint Luke’s Glasgow is located only 10 minutes away from George Square, offering easy access to those who are coming by car.
International: If you arrive by plane, there is a 35 minutes ride from the Glasgow Airport through the A8 Highway or a 45 minutes cruise using the Barrhead Road.
The venue has its own car park facility, offering two parking lots at the front of the entrance. Both lots have dedicated spots for Blue Badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The venue offers easy access to people with special needs, taking care of all the essentials and making every guest feel welcomed. Those who need special accommodation, can also contact the management beforehand.