Venue Guide: Saint Luke’s

Saint Luke's is an excellent live music venue, the converted church provides an amazing concert space for the bubbling live music scene in Glasgow.

Here’s everything you need to know about Saint Luke’s – the special gig space that adds another element to the cultural hub that is East Glasgow.

17 Bain Street, G40 2JZ

Telephone Number
0141 552 8378

Brief History

St Luke’s is situated in the heart of Glasgow’s East End, Designed by James Wylson, with a stunning interior featuring, vaulted ceilings which are complemented by the bespoke working pipe organ display and breathtaking stained glass windows dating back to the 1800’s. The atmospheric church space is located on the ground floor of this Grade B listed building offering the perfect setting for any concert or event.

How many people does it hold?


Who has played there?

Twin Atlantic, Example, Ricky Ross (Deacon Blue), Alvvays, Augustines, Fink, The Growlers & many more

How do I get there?

10 min Walk from Glasgow Central & Queen Street Railway Stations & St Enoch’s Underground Station


Where should I eat?

Saint Luke’s has a great restaurant next door called The Winged Ox. It serves food for the soul, including burgers & sandwiches as well as being dog-friendly. Head to the show early and grab a delicious bite to eat on-site… Sorted.

Where can I stay?

Check out the Citizen M Hotel or try your luck on airbnb.

Ticketweb Tip

There’s a perfect view of the stage from the top balcony, this vantage point also gives you a great feel for the venue.

Where can you carry on the party?

You can keep your night out going til the wee hours of the morning and hit up Glasgow City Centre (Bath Street/ Sauchiehall Street).

Check out the upcoming shows in Saint Luke’s and get tickets right here:

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