Extra Time: what’s on in your area? (Sept 4-11)

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Inclusion in Extra Time is free! Send your events to the email above no later than the Friday before publication and it could be mentioned in both the paper and on the website.

Friday September 5

GET connected at the Over 50s Computer Club held by Voluntary Action East Ren. 2pm start at the Barrhead office — £3.50 to join in, and a computer will be available to use, as well as refreshments. Booking essential via 876 9555 or peter@va-er.org.uk.

THEATRE at Eastwood Park, tonight showing Cats, featuring a professional orchestra. 7.15pm today and tomorrow, plus 3pm Sat mat. Tickets £9/£7 conc from 577 4956.

CLARKSTON Speakers Club holds its first meeting at Albertslund Hall, Westacres Road, Newton Mearns at 7.30pm and fortnightly thereafter. Those scared to death at facing an audience are specially welcome. Contact tel 637 2372/644 3262.

Saturday September 6

VINTAGE Car Spectacular, courtesy of Giffnock Village. 11am-4pm, with fun for all the family — parking will be limited in the area so consider using public transport.

NEWLANDS and Auldhouse Community Council Gala day in Newlands Park from 2-4pm. Bouncy Castle, Pony Rides, Strathclyde Fire Engine, Newlands Has Talent Dog Show and more.

BUSBY and Clarkston Horticultural Society Annual Flower Show in Clarkston Halls. Doors open 2pm.

CONCERT by members of the Scottish Symphony Orchestra in the latest of the Netherlee Chamber Music series. 7.30pm at Netherlee Church — adults £10, conc £5, children free.

Sunday September 7

SUNDAY Stroll Group meet at Rouken Glen Park. 20-30min walk for older adults of all abilities. To find out more, call 577 8361 or email sine.delahunt@eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk.

Tuesday September 9

SOUTHSIDE Film Festival launches its autumn film club with The Punk Singer. 7.30pm at the Glad Cafe followed by live music from Sharptooth — tickets £6/£5.

For more events, visit What’s On East Ren or What’s On Glasgow.