Movie Nights in Glasgow
Ah the movies. There's nothing quite like getting away from it all for a couple of hours and immersing yourself in a great film - even better if you can do it with a drink in your hand. Glasgow has a collection of great bars with movie nights of their own, so rather that trot along to a plain old cinema, you can catch great comedies, classics, drams and documentaries from the comfort of your favourite Glasgow bar. So next time you can't settle an argument between a pint or Pitt, get yourself along to one of these great movie nights in Glasgow for the best of both.
The Lane Bar is a bar IN a cinema, so it's little wonder this place has made it on to our list of bars with movie nights in Glasgow. This Ashton Lane bar is the perfect spot to stop for a cocktail en route to see a film and with The Grosvenor Cinema showing a wide selection of new releases, there's always lots of choice for your next chilled night out with friends or movie date night in Glasgow.
While Flat 0/1 doesn't host regular movie nights, their big screen in the Bath Street bar does show classic films from time to time. With a particular penchant for childhood favourites (Matilda was playing last time we were there), if you have a very kind word in the bar staff's ear, they might just be nice enough to stick one of them on just for you.
Monday nights are Movie Nights in Glasgow gay bar, Speakeasy. The Merchant city hotspot plays a classic favourite every week with free entry and free popcorn. If you're looking for something to banish your Monday blues, this chilled out night could be just the stub.
Eat Film is a weekly movie night in Glasgow bar, Sloans. The Grand Ballroom is home to the tastiest film night in twon as patrons are treated to a great film and a great feed for just £12.95 for two. A great choice for a quirky date night in Glasgow, dinner is a movie theatre blend of hot dogs, nachos and mac & cheese, while movies range from the cult and the classic, to childhood faves and funny flicks. Private Eat Film nights can also be arranged for groups of ten or more at the cool, Central Glasgow bar.