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The translation of Òran Mór from Scottish Gaelic is the "great melody of life" or "big song").  The building dominates the junction of Byres Road and Great Western Road and is a theatre, restaurant, wedding, events and music venue in Glasgow. The building was originally known as the Kelvinside Parish Church (Botanic Gardens), running from 1862 until 1978, before becoming redundant and being converted into an entertainment venue in the mid noughties.


These hand drawings, by Turadh Design Co, depict a selection of pubs and bars, wedding & events venues, past and present.  What better way to get record a special memory than with a drawing of the location itself!


The prints are hand-drawn and digitally rendered. Framed artworks and loose artwork prints can make a great addition to your home or make fantastic gifts for the special people in your life. 

Òran Mór , Glasgow

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