1 St. Andrews Square G1 5PP
Allan Dreghorn, 1739-56; Nicholas Groves-Raines Architects, 2000
Category A Listed
One of the top six classical churches in the UK, the auditorium is awash with natural light. Visit Glasgow’s Centre for Scottish Culture and discover its history. Performances by Kae Sakurai, the Kelvingrove Dancers and SAINTS Fiddlers on Saturday from 2pm.
Formerly the church of St Andrews in the Square in Glasgows East End, and last used as such in 1990, this building dates from 1754 and is widely regarded as one of the finest classical Churches in Britain. It was designed, based on James Gibbs famous St Martins-in-the-Fields in London, and built by the master mason, Mungo Naismith, and was the citys first totally new Church since the Reformation.
During the weekend you can visit the former church buildings and learn about its history.
Additionally on Sunday 20th September from 2pm Kae Sakurai and the Kelvingrove Dancers will be performing followed by SAINTS FIDDLERS.
Number in Brochure: 30
Sat & Sun 10am 4pm
Full Disabled Access
Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Argyle St Sub, Central Sation, Queen St Station
Parking: On Street Parking Available Charges Apply
0141 559 5902