416 Great Western Road | Glasgow G4 9HZ
Phone: 0141 357 4000
Webster's Theatre is a West End gem, the result of an impressive renovation project carried out on the Lansdowne Parish Church, originally built in 1863 and a recognisable landmark on Great Western Road. The theatre itself is named after the Alf Webster, the designer of the ornate stained glass windows which still dominate the aesthetic.
The project has been supported by the Glasgow City Heritage Trust and The Architectural Heritage Fund, resulting in a 188 capacity theatre with a bar and community event space which boasts a busy and varied programme; there's something for everyone - from musicals, drama and comedy to conferences and events, with productions being performed by both local and international talent.
The bar is inkeeping with the rest of the building, cosy and traditional, with a well chosen selection of craft beers and spirits to sip by the fireplace.