Websters Theatre & Bistro

Nestled in the heart of Great Western Road sits a church. Many people walk past it, not noticing the hive of activity slowly breathing new life into the building. The building in question is Landsdowne Parish Church which was designed by Glaswegian architect John Honeyman in 1863, but now it has been lovingly transformed into the…

Lovely wee interview with Prof. John Hume and Webster Appeal

In 2013 the trustees of Four Acres Charitable Trust, responsible for Cottiers Theatre, took on another important Glasgow landmark, Lansdowne Church on Great Western Road. Lansdowne is being transformed into Websters Theatre named after stained glass designer Alf Webster. Rachael and myself have been lucky enough to get up close with these windows, and they’re…

Lansdowne Church/Websters Theatre Stained Glass

As promised, here is a post on the stained glass within Websters Theatre, formerly Lansdowne Church, on Great Western Road in Glasgow.  As the building is currently under renovation the stained glass in the upper galleries cannot be seen by visitors.  It can only be viewed by intrepid dust covered explorers willing to risk life…

Websters theatre, Glasgow

Karen and I were lucky enough to be granted access to Websters Theatre (formerly Lansdowne Church), in order to photograph the stained glass.  After clambering over pews and old pieces of church furniture it was well worth getting covered in dust to get some fantastic images.  A post on the stained glass in the building will follow,…