A Glasgow company is to offer music-themed tours of the city, taking in venues as diverse as King Tut’s and the Panopticon.
Glasgow Music City Tours will offer two weekly tours, each lasting 90 minutes – 2 hours, in a sort of version of Walking Heads but with a human guide.
The Music Mile covers city centre venues such as the Concert Hall and King Tut’s, via what was once the Apollo at the top of Renfield Street. The Saturday afternoon jaunt winds up at King Tut’s where guests will have the chance to stride the stage at Tut’s.
On Fridays, Merchant City Music: Past and Present will cover the Merchant City and East End, taking in the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall and the Barrowland Ballroom.
The company is run by Fiona Shepherd, Alison Stroak and Jonathan Trew, all with a background in journalism.
More at glasgowmusiccitytours.com