Formerly Kelvinside Parish Church, Òran Mór, Gaelic for 'great melody of life' or 'big song', is a thriving arts & entertainment venue in the heart of Glasgow's West End.
We offer a Lounge and Whisky Bar, two Restaurants, Private Dining Room, Live Music venue, Night Club, and our stunning Auditorium with mural ceiling by Alasdair Gray.
As well as hosting the now nationally recognised ‘A Play, A Pie and A Pint’ lunchtime Theatre,
Òran Mór also provides the perfect setting for corporate and private events, weddings and ceilidhs.
Selected reviews for this venue:
The Temperance Movement (24/09/13) - Fantastic
The Temperance Movement were on fire in Oran Mor, Glasgow. They absolutely rocked the place and once again came out at the end to meet their fans. Theyre going to be mega and deserve every success. Cant wait to see them again.
Good size, not too full (it was sold out). Good sound, easy to find.first time there. Will be back, depending on gig!
The Temperance Movement (23/09/13) - Lightning strikes Twice!
Wow, what a gig! Saw them at the Electric Circus first time. Could 2nd be better? It was, great show. One of the best. Looking forward to Liquid Rooms in November.
Great acoustics, good view to stage...cosy feel....parking outside... easy to get round (even when full)...toilets clean.
The Temperance Movement (23/09/13) - AMAZING LIVE
The Temperance Movement will be around for a long time. Love their new album, already waiting on the next one. This band are so tight live. A MUST WATCH for all Rock Fans.
Address: Oran Mor
Top of Byres Road,
Nearest tube/metro station: Hillhead Metro on Byres Road (5 mins walk) Nearest rail station: Queen Street and Central Station Bus routes (please give bus numbers): 20, 18, 66, 90, 89, 8 Taxi rank outside the venue.
Street parking available. Car park nearby - Great George Street, off Byres Road.
The venue is accesible for disabled patrons with an alternative entrance through Brasserie restaurant on Great Western Road and disabled toilets. Assistance dogs are permitted.