|52 - 58 Main Street, Cambuslang G72 7EP|
|The John Fairweather Website|
It was built in 1929 as the Savoy Cinema, later becoming a bingo hall and renamed the Vogue, probably in the early 1960s. In recent years, it reverted to its original name. Its classical façade and Corinthian columns along the sides of the auditorium are typical of the Glasgow-born architect John Fairweather, best known for designing The Playhouse, in nearby Glasgow (two years before the Savoy).
With a huge ground floor inside, lovely balcony area & stunning beer garden there are plenty of places to enjoy a meal and take in the design of this stunning building.
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