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Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre, in Glasgow's Westend, opened in 1924 playing free classical music concerts on Sunday afternoons. It fell into disrepair in the 1990's, became a listed building in 2000 and finally reopened in 2014. It's one of just three which have amphitheatres left in Scotland.  It's annual Summer Nights sessions bring a mix of acts to its stage and it's an incredibly enjoyable place to listen to live music!


These hand drawings, by Turadh Design Co, depict a selection of landmarks/ music 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. 

Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre, Glasgow

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