What’s on (Apr 2-9)

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Friday April 3

INTERACTIVE fun for kids at Eastwood Park Theatre, 11am-2pm. Wish Upon A Star Entertainment presents Do You Believe? at 11am and 2pm. Tickets £9 adults, £5 children, family £22.

JOIN the Cadbury Easter Egg Trail at NTS sites Greenbank House, Pollok House and Holmwood House. Collect the clues, solve the puzzle and win a treat - times vary. Runs until April 6 - entry £2 for children.

Saturday April 4

EXHIBITION at Greenbank House by textile artist Jenny Duncan, based on the book. The Secret Gardener is open 11am-4pm and entry is free.

Sunday April 5

GAMES and activities at Whitelee Windfarm’s Egg-ssential Easter. Crafts and annual egg roll runs 12-4pm - free event, but booking required on 614 0962.

EASTER Eggstravaganza at Rouken Glen Park - bring your boiled egg for an afternoon of activities. 1-4pm - free to join but booking required on 638 4121.

Tuesday April 7

GALLIVANT around Govanhill with Glasgow Historic Walks. 2.30pm leaving from Queen’s Park station and ending at the Hidden Gardens - look for guide carrying blue clipboard. Costs £7. Tomorrow, a tour of the Maxwell Park area - leaving from 11am from Maxwell Park station (£10).

NEXT event in East Renfrewshire’s series on protecting the vulnerable. Tonight, Protecting women and vulnerable adults - 7-8.30pm at Clarkston Hall. Free event led by Women’s Support Project - all welcome.

MEARNS History Group meets from 7.30pm at Fairweather Hall. Tonight, the sinking of the RMS Lusitania - preceded by the AGM. Annual membership £10, visitors £2 entry.

Thursday April 9

THEATRE with a black comedy twist at Eastwood Park. The Beat Goes On is a couple who are Sonny and Cher’s biggest fans. 7.30pm start and tickets are £13/£11/£9 from 577 4956.

For more events visit What’s On Glasgow