Colin Beattie, owner of Òran Mór, talks to BBC Scotland News about his eight year battle to have Òran Mór’s original garden edge returned, and ‘The Patter’ the impressive bronze statues of Chic Murray and Billy Connolly – by celebrated sculptor David Annand – that he has commissioned for the space.
“Public art gets into your bones and this work could be as important to Glasgow as Greyfriar’s Bobby is to Edinburgh or Molly Malone in Dublin.”Colin Beattie, Òran Mór owner
Colin also dropped in to the BBC Radio Scotland studio to discuss the North Garden on Great Western Road on air. You can listen back to the discussion on Monday’s Good Morning Scotland programme.
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