West End – Our New Entrance

We are sure you know Kitty’s West End due to its prime location on Great Western Road, making it nearly impossible to miss. Some of you remember it fondly as the old Clatty Pats, and our new entrance way down Belmont Lane might help jog some of those memories. 


It would be hard to miss our new mural brightening up both the building and the lane with the help of our neon signs! We commissioned local artist Frodrick to breathe life into the gable end of the building. Inspired by original Guinness artwork, the air vents turned perfectly into pints of cream to balance on the toucan’s beak. 


The next time you find yourself in Glasgow’s West End, be sure to head down the lane into Kitty O’Sheas. You’re guaranteed a warm Irish welcome and pint of the finest cream. 


Dan & All the Kitty’s Staff.

Front man of underground Perthshire based band, Parliamo, is a Kitty’s regular. Jack entertains the crowd solo as well as with his bandmate, Finn. He really takes our live music offering to the next level.
Sean is a Glasgow based singer/songwriter who has played in bars across Scotland, Ireland and Europe. A regular in Kitty’s, he changes up his song book according to the mood and the audience. Expect to hear everything from U2 to The Foo Fighters and even some Van Morrison & Depeche Mode.
A Kitty’s regular and known for his skills on the tin whistle. Catch him playing alongside Ciaran Cooney, Conor Markey and Marty McBride across all three of our pubs!

By now, Ray is one of the most experienced musicians on the Edinburgh circuit.

Sometimes called ‘a hairy jukebox’, he’ll guide you through a night of folk, country, rock, pop and shameless cheese, delivered while armed with his guitar, a strong cup of Barry’s tea and an even stronger Cork accent.

David Duffy is Glasgow-born and bred, and he may be one of the newest musicians to the Kitty’s crew but don’t let that sway your view.

David can play an array of instruments, from the drums to bass, piano, harmonica, mandolin, banjo and lapsteel oh and let’s not forget that he has been singing and playing the acoustic guitar for 35 years…And if you ever need an autoharp tuned in the dark, a drunk David Duffy is yer man!

Kitty’s regulars and favourites, Papa Shandy & The Drams, are a trio founded in 2012.

Renowned for their unique style of folk/traditional music, you will hear lead vocals & guitar by Kieran Sinclair backed by Gavin on the banjo and Tracey on the fiddle.

Andy is one of our longest running resident musicians. With over 20 years worth of gigs under his belt, you could say he was an accomplished musician in his own right, with many playing styles in his repertoire. His passion, however, lies in traditional Scottish folk songs and music.