Who’s in The Hive?

The Hive Finnieston

The Hidden Lane and the Hive is a community of over 100 studios hidden behind and off Argyle Street where artists, designers, craftspeople, musicians, music producers & engineers, jewellers, guitar makers, furniture upcyclers, upholsterers, printers, publishers, writers, IT folks, PR teams & many more work. There’s even a tearoom, art gallery, record shop, hypnotherapist, secret hair salon, nail salon and yoga studio, too!

Feeling like you need some pampering this week? Head for The Hive! It’s the big four-storey building, set back from the street, at 1061 Argyle Street, just opposite Lebowski’s. Book yourself an appointment in The Hive for hypnotherapy with Eddie Cafolla (http://hypnosisglasgow.com/), a new do from Dee at the Napper Salon (www.facebook.com/NapperStudio/), scalp treatments from Ali at Hairy Canary (http://www.hairycanaryclinic.com/), get dreds or extensions from Raving Locks (www.facebook.com/RavingLocks/), a Swedish/deep tissue/sports or pregnancy massage from Grant at Deserved Massage (deservedmassage.com), some reflexology, massage or aromatherapy therapy from Rachel at Atlas Therapies (http://www.atlastherapies.co.uk/)… or really treat yourself with some chocolates and truffles from Kirsty at Temper Chocolates (www.facebook.com/Temper-Chocolates-189362587769272/)! Check their websites for details of how to make an appointment.

Click here to find out who is in The Hidden Lane at 1103, 1079 and 1081 Argyle Street.

Some of the businesses that work out of The Hive include:


Bright Signals Creative Agency – http://brightsignals.co.uk/

Temper Chocolates – https://www.facebook.com/Temper-Chocolates-189362587769272/

Steven Purvis Tailor – https://www.facebook.com/stevenpurvistailor/


Deserved Massage (deservedmassage.com)

Swedish/deep tissue/sports or pregnancy massage

Atlas Therapies – reflexology, massage or aromatherapy 



Raving Locks (dredlocks) – https://www.facebook.com/RavingLocks/

Submarine Design Studio – http://studio-submarine.com/

Scott Hammond Architect – http://www.hammondesign.co.uk/

… and many more!