|Our Mighty Wurlitzer organ (now boasting 21 ranks of pipes) resides in Pollokshaws Burgh Hall near Glasgow. Opening in 1898, the “stateliest and most conspicuous building in Pollokshaws” provides an atmospheric and grand setting for our monthly concerts.|
Work on the organ installation began in 2008 after our previous venue (Clydebank Town Hall) was flooded, causing severe damage to the organ. Our talented and dedicated technical team carried out extensive works to restore the organ and build new organ chambers on the balcony at the back of the hall. The balcony was reinforced to accomodate the weight of the organ.
The venue seats 200 at ground level and 100 on the balcony and boasts a sprung dance floor, making it an ideal setting for tea dances as well as concerts, giving SCOT the opportunity to showcase the versatility of Scotland's only WurliTzer organ. The hall is run by a seperate charity, the Pollokshaws Burgh Hall Trust.
For Further information regarding Pollokshaws Burgh Halls, visit their website.