416 Great Western Road, Glasgow G4 9HZ
Telephone:0141 357 4000
Webster's Reopened 24 September, 2017
Websters Theatre is part of the refurbished Lansdowne Parish Church – the beautiful and historic A-listed building built in 1863 by the architect John Honeyman. The theatre and adjoining bistro/bar is named after Alf Webster, who was commissioned to design the many wonderful stained glass windows that adorn the building.
The refurbishment at Lansdowne Parish Church is being undertaken with exceptional care and attention to detail. This is reflected in the decor or the inviting bar and bistro; the attractive seating has been built from the church pews, the original brass light fittings have been rescued and original designs have been replicated on the walls. You will love the unique space and warm ambience.
Pre-theatre menu (PDF) is served 5-7pm, Sunday to Friday
You can also pop in for a drink or coffee – Sunday night is Board Game Night or come along to the Barbeque – every Saturday and Sunday on the outdoor terrace during summer.
The Snug – this is the smaller cosy intimate space off the main restaurant/bar, perfect for small parties.
Websters is looking fantastic but work continues with this amazing refurbishment. Plans for the future include a fantastic foyer, events space and wedding venue.
Websters Theatre seats 184 and offers a wide ranging programme of events.