Avoiding problems at the table
29th September, 10.00am
The Buchanan has been the home of bridge in Glasgow since 1932.
The club is in a 19th century listed building and yet has all the benefits of technology with Duplimate boards, computer scoring, Bridgemates on all tables, etc. Up to thirty-two tables in play can be accommodated over the three floors of the building.
The Buchanan Bridge Club is a fully licensed club with a bar.
See the News Page for information on this new event.
The Thursday Afternoon Tournament is taking a few weeks off but will be back for the usual mix of cakes, chat and bridge from Thursday 13 September. See you then - all welcome!
The next Saturday evening tournament will be on 1st September 2018 at 7.00pm.
Both are open events and all bridge players are welcome to attend. There is no need for visitors to sign in.
There is no standby but any member looking for a partner should use the Find a Partner facility.
The Buchanan offers tuition at five levels -
Bridge is enjoyable at all levels - for beginners and experts alike. It's mentally stimulating and for many an activity for life.
The classes run on Thursday evenings at 7.00pm and last about three hours. All courses will restart on 6th September 2018. For full information including costs see Classes in the menu.
Come along to the club about 6.45pm on a Thursday and meet the teachers. You can download an application form below (either for Beginners/Intermediate 1/Intermediate 2 or Refreshers/Advanced).
Beginners/Intermediate 1/Intermediate 2 Form
On 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect. The GDPR will give you improved clarity and rights over the personal data which the club holds. See the News Page for full information.
The 2017 Laws of Duplicate Bridge are available for download here. A side-by-side comparison of the 2007 and 2017 Laws can be viewed here.
Visitors to the club are very welcome, and our stand-by system means that they are guaranteed a game even if they do not come with a partner (not Saturdays). Visitors must be signed in by a member, but this does not have to be arranged in advance - just turn up on the night and a member will sign you in. Visitors may be signed in a total of six times in any club year before they are expected to join.
You may also apply for a ten week temporary membership that allows access to the cardrooms on the club nights. Use the Contact Us page to request information.