SWG3 has advised the public on alternative ways to get to the venue tonight as the main street leading to it remains closed amid a large gas leak.

We reported previously how homes and businesses have been evacuated in the Kelvinhaugh Street area.

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Police, fire crews and engineers rushed to the area at around noon to make the street safe.

A multi-agency presence remains in place.

Glasgow rock band Baby Strange is performing a sold-out show at the events space, on Eastvale Place, tonight from 7pm.

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SWG3 bosses have advised those attending that Kelvinhaugh Street is out-of-bounds.

The team said on Facebook: “There is no access from Kelvinhaugh Street by car or by foot for anyone attending Baby Strange tonight.

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“You can get here by foot from Ferry Road and Pointhouse Road.

“The closest Subway stations are Partick and Kelvinhall and train stations Partick or Exhibition Centre.”