Dukes is a cozy wee bar, nestled into a sleepy side-street in Glasgow's west end. We run regular music events, pop up kitchens, craft fairs and much more besides. It goes without saying that we also keep a well stocked variety of the best beers, wines and spirits available, with prices to suit everyone from the skint to the adventurous...




Monday — 2pm-12am
Tuesday — 2pm-12am
Wednesday — 2pm-12am
Thursday — 2pm-12am
Friday — 12pm-12am
Saturday — 2pm-12am
Sunday — 2pm-12am


Tel: 0141 339 7821
Email: Dukes Info
Facebook: Dukes Bar


We also stock an extensive range of Premium Gins, Vodkas, Rums, Whiskies & Wine. 
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Dukes Sounds of Jazz


Thursday nights belong to the Dukes Sounds of Jazz mob, sometimes paying tribute to Jazz greats such as Chet Baker and Thelonious Monk, but on occasion just displaying their talent in the dark art of Jazz. With the first half of the night being a house band, the second half welcomes any cats looking for a jam, so if you know your way around a trumpet or a trombone, set of ivories or a saxophone, come join in the fun! Every Thursday from 8:30pm.

          Facebook: /DukesJazz

June listings
at Dukes Sounds of Jazz:     



Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th June: Glasgow Jazz Festival Programme

Three special nights showcasing some fantastic young talent in the world of jazz, featuring:


Glasshopper: an exciting young group born out of a love for melody and improvisation, currently based in London. Led by saxophonist Jonathan Chung, the group brings together the creative minds of guitarist James Kitchman and drummer Corrie Dick.

Influenced by the free, jazz, rock and folk worlds, the band performs Jonathan’s emotionally sophisticated compositions with reverence and abandon, intricately weaving together moments of sonic bliss and euphoric rock-outs. With improvisation at the heart of each performance, Jonathan, Corrie and James are unified in creating original interpretations that inspire fresh stories to unravel within the listener’s imagination…

Tom Syson Sextet: Tom Syson is a trumpeter and creative musician living in Bedfordshire, and is a graduate of the BMus Jazz course at the prestigious Birmingham Conservatoire with First Class Honours. He has played with people such as Jacqui Dankworth, Osian Roberts and Frank Griffith, and has played at many top venues, including Cheltenham Jazz Festival, The Royal Albert Hall and The Spice of Life. 

After completing a UK tour in February 2016, the Tom Syson Sextet recorded their debut album ‘Green’ at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in August. The album was produced by Percy Pursglove and featured the JazzFm Vocalist of the Year 2016 Lauren Kinsella on a track. It is entirely made up from original material written by Tom, and creates a variety of exciting textures to keep audiences on their toes, with a focus on rich melodies

This show at the Glasgow jazz festival is a chance to see one of the most exciting and melodic modern bands made up of musicians at the very forefront of the British Jazz scene as they showcase the music of their new album.

Delta Autumn: Smashing hip hop, glitch, pop, rock, jazz and electroacoustic compositional techniques together to create a sound that sits somewhere between James Blake, Flying Lotus and Thundercat, their debut five-track ep is a fresh and welcome addition to the UK’s already exceptional electronic music offering.

Initially conceived as a studio-only project by musician-composer Robbie Moore and producer-engineer Luke Morrish-Thomas, Delta ∆utumn has since expanded to take in guitarist Thomas Seminar Ford and drummer Ric Yarborough, each augmenting their setups with an array of electronics and triggers.

Since the huge critical success, Delta ∆UTUMN are back with their brand new album taking fresh new genre-bending ideas and take on modern jazz with an electronic edge.

Guaranteed to be an almighty closer for our stellar Jazz Festival programme!

Tickets, prices and information for all Jazz Festival events can be found here.





Regular Events

  • Wednesdays at Dukes sees the Two Daves of The Shiverin’ Sheiks/Strange Blue Dreams fame host the Open Mic night. Bring along your instruments, have a go on ours or just sing along! Every Wednesday from 8:30pm.

         Facebook:  /theshiverinsheiks

  • Every second Wednesday of the month, Dukes becomes home to "Dukebox," hosted by the talented Robbie Orr, showcasing some of the finest young musical talent Glasgow has to offer!

          Facebook: /dukeboxglasgow
          Soundcloud: /dukeboxglasgow

Coming soon at Dukes...


Tuesday 13th June: Song Session

Family-style folk session with Josie Duncan and Calum Morisson.

Wednesday 14th June: Dukebox

Short sets from some of Glasgow's finest young talent, more information available here.

Friday 16th June: Rather Hot DJs

Eclectic selections from the Rather Hot DJs for their third time in the bar. These boys never fail to disappoint. Music from 8 till close.

Friday 30th June: Dumb Instrument

Dumb Instrument return to the bar at the end of the month with support from Les Johnson and Me. Facebook Event