Kirkintilloch Town Hall

image of kirkintilloch town hallWe are currently closed

Following Scottish Government and Public Health Scotland guidance on the COVID-19 pandemic, Kirkintilloch Town Hall is currently closed to the general public and is being used for the roll out of the Coronavirus vaccination programme.  EDLC continues to monitor the situation and is working towards the re-introduction of services as soon as it is safe to do so.  In the meantime we ask everyone to continue to follow the Scottish Government guidance on COVID-19.  We look forward to welcoming you back soon. 

A new era is underway for Kirkintilloch Town Hall - which is now available to book for events such as: arts activities, conferences, weddings, and community group meetings.

The building has been rejuvenated with a major refurbishment - delivered by East Dunbartonshire Council and East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Culture (EDLC) Trust with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic Environment Scotland and the Scottish Government.

The original 1906 B-listed sandstone building reopened in 2018 with the addition of modern function spaces as well as offices, a reception area and a new platform lift - installed to increase accessibility.

It represents a significant investment in one of this area's most iconic buildings - benefiting both Kirkintilloch and the wider East Dunbartonshire area.

Bookable Facilities include:

Main Hall

hall set out with tables and chairs

Main hall - offering flexible auditorium and events space (17m x 16.5m) with a potential capacity for 300 people, lighting and portable staging.

Lesser Hall

room with chairs set in rows

Lesser Hall – in the new extension (8.8m x 18m), equipped with AV system and a potential seating capacity of 160.

Made in Kirkintilloch Visitor Centre

Internal view of Kirkintilloch town hall

This is our visitor Centre which depicts the Industry of Kirkintilloch through a permanent display on the upper floor. We also have a community learning space and co-curated exhibition space which has a changing programme of collaborative exhibitions between artists & communities.

Open to the public Monday to Thursday 10am – 4pm & various Saturdays.  Admission is free.

For up to date programming information please see our social media accounts:

FacebookEDLC-Culture                 Twitter@EDLC_Culture

Please note: There is a carpark adjacent to the Town hall but this is for shopping centre patrons only and has a 24 hour monitoring system.

East Dunbartonshire Council car parks:

  • Barleybank 84 spaces
  • William Patrick Library 89 spaces

Charging times have been kept to a minimum, Monday to Saturday 9am to 5.30pm, with no restrictions in the evenings or on Sundays.
The charges are:

  • 0-2 hours - £1
  • 2-3 hours - £2
  • 3-4 hours - £3
  • Over 4 hours - £5

Contact details:

Telephone: 0141 777 3143


Kirkintilloch Town Hall
Union Street
G66 1DH