In 1972, Led Zeppelin played Green’s Playhouse. The venue felt like it had been in the same family for generations. It had originally been built to house vaudeville, theatrical drama, plays and musicals before it was a musical hall. By the time it had reached the 70’s it had become home to a number of rock bands to feed Glasgow’s healthy appetite for rock. The playhouse gallantly showed it’s historic tradition with their motif displayed in the carpets that fitted the whole of the theatre and even the tea-cups for use in the dressing rooms had ‘Green’s’ written upon them, in green, naturally. It was a charming venue, unfortunately I heard that it closed in 1973 and was later demolished in 1987.