A MUSIC venue where three teenagers attended events before their deaths is facing a licence review.

Representatives of the Glasgow venue SWG3 are expected to appear at a Glasgow Licensing Board hearing on Friday.

It is reported that the hearing was called after Police Scotland made a complaint over potential drug links to the deaths of the three teens.

Two men, both 18, died last August after attending an event at the Glasgow venue.

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Scott Allison and Marcus Dick were both at a gig at SWG3's Galvanisers Yard.

Police said the two men did not know each other and there was no evidence to suggest a connection between their deaths.

An 18-year-old woman also died on New Year’s Day after taking unwell at an event at the nightclub.

It was reported at the time officers were looking at drugs as a line of potential inquiry.

A spokesperson for Glasgow Licensing Board said: “An application to review the licence of these premises has been received and will be considered by the board.

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“The outcome of the review will be determined by the individual merits of the submissions made before the board and within the context of existing licensing law.”

Options available to the licensing board include suspending or revoking the premises licence, making a variation to the licence conditions, or issuing a written warning.