Created by Glasgow artist Conzo Throb, this colourful mural can be found across two walls in the tunnel leading to the courtyard of the Argyle Street venue, Sloans. You will see the Duke of Wellington statue asking "Are ye dancing" to a feisty blue-haired busker in a nod to the famous Sloans ceilidh that takes place every Friday night in the venue's ballroom.
This is Conzo's first piece for the Glasgow Mural Trail and shows off his distinctive comic book style - with a bit of Glasgow patter thrown in for good measure.
This mural is located within the entrance to Sloan's Bar (considered to be the older public house in the city centre and dating from 1797) which cuts through Cranston House on Argyle Street. Immediately adjacent is the Argyll Arcade, one of Europe’s oldest covered shopping arcades and Scotland’s first ever indoor shopping mall which was built in 1827.