The Glasgow music venue where indie rockers Oasis were famously signed is celebrating its 30th birthday.

King Tuts Wah Wah Hut shared a flyer on Twitter of the venue's first ever line-up of bands.

The basement music venue on St Vincent Street is planning a year-long programme of events to mark the milestone birthday.

Over the years 'tuts' has played host to Radiohead, The Verve, Manic Street Preachers, Florence & the Machine and more recently Lewis Capaldi.

It was launched by DF Concerts’ founder Stuart Clumpas in February 1990 in the former Saints and Sinners pub, who said it was thanks to money made from promoting Deacon Blue he was able to take over the venue.