Websters Restaurant and Theatre Gallery

Window Websters

theatre and playhouse sign

rev eadie

Rev John Eadie – Minister Lansdowne United Presbyterian Church

This Church is not built for the poor and needy,

But for the rich and Dr. Eadie.

The rich may come in and take their seat,

But the poor must go to Cambridge Street. (His original ministry in a poorer area of Glasgow)

stained glass

Stained glass design Main Entrance Websters

design uncovered websters

Original design uncovered. Replicated in refurbished bar.



Fireplace in the bar at Websters

table websters

Websters Bar

websters theatre

Webster’s Theatre Pat chatting with David Robertson

Stained glass

Stained glass Websters by local artist.

dark wood websters

Much of the wood used in the refurbishment at Websters was originally in the church.

the .playhouse

The Playhouse Upstairs – intimate venue space holds 60.

(Photos by Jim Byrne

Video of Piano Bar in The Playhouse


More about Websters

Book you can buy:

‘A Notable Oranment” Lansdowne Church Icon of Victorian Glasgow by Gordon Urquhart

Websters Theatre and Restaurant

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