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For over 10 years the rock bar King Tut's Wah Wah Hut has been one of Glasgow's leading concert venues, and clubs. It operates from basement premises in Glasgow's St Vincent Street. It is well known internationally as a springboard for new and emerging talent. It has already supported some of the UK music industry's biggest names in the early days of their careers. Bands such as Radiohead, Blur, Travis, Pulp and The Verve. Oasis were first spotted and signed in 1993 here! They also run monthly comedy night where the likes of Phil Kay, Lynn Ferguson and Fred MacAuley have graced the stage, alongside some of Scotland's rising young comics. It has won several awards and in 2006, the New York Times, "Top 50 Places To Visit in the World", listed King Tut's Wah Wah Hut as the seventh best way to 'follow your bliss'.
Revolver is gay-owned and operated. It offers a relaxed atmosphere with a friendly staff, as well as pool tables, free wifi, and a free digital jute box. The decor is tasteful and most nights the bar serves a slight older clientale, but one that is still hip and fashionable. Not at all cheesy or flamboyant. They offer a karaoke night on Tuesdays and comedy sketches on Sunday afternoon.
The Horshoebar can be described as a mecca for varying types of Glaswegians. It has two bars, the ground floor is the actual 'horseshoe' bar and upstairs is the equally famous lounge. It has the longest circular bar in Britain. The pub can be found between Renfield Street and West Nile Street in Drury lane, in the heart of the city centre. It is usually jampacked with an ecclectic bunch. Enjoy the famous Karaoke Monday to Saturday 8pm until close and Sunday 5pm until close...standards are exceptionally high! A "pint and a pie" is the typical offer
272a St Vincent Street
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