Glasgow Trades Hall – A Wedding Ceilidh in the City Centre

As life returns to ‘normal’, following the COVID lockdown, the Cragganmore Ceilidh Band are looking forward to returning to the Glasgow Trades Hall, often referred to as ‘The Hidden Gem of Glasgow’ or ‘Glasgow’s Best Kept Secret’, for a night of celebration with a mixture of Ceilidh and DJ.

Glasgow Trades Hall is a venue located in the centre of Glasgow, in the Merchant City area. With good road and rail links, travel from Edinburgh and other areas of Scotland is easy for wedding guests and of course the wedding ceilidh band. It is also easy to access Glasgow airport, for guests who may have to travel from further afield, as well as a variety of good hotels within a short distance of the venue. This is a stunning venue ideal for both large and small weddings.

The famous architect Robert Adam designed and built the Trades Hall between 1791 and 1794. This venue contains an amazing selection of historical features and opulent interiors which make it an ideal setting for a wedding. These include the Grand Hall with Baroque chandeliers and period Victorian décor, or The Saloon with beautiful stained-glass windows and a marble fireplace. The Galleries provide a more intimate space. Wedding parties have exclusive use of the building and can choose from six function rooms that can be hired in any combination or individually.

At this Glasgow venue you can be sure to be able to find a wonderful room which provides space for all your guests to enjoy a meal and plenty room for dancing at your wedding ceilidh allowing your guests to enjoy a unique Scottish experience with a memorable evening of dancing and fun. Cragganmore certainly cannot wait to return to Glasgow Trades Hall!