What’s On (Jan 29 - Feb 5)

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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.

THURSDAY JANUARY 29

ART exhibition at House for an Art Lover’s ARTPARK Pavilion. Charmain Pollok’s Ghost Croft Archive: a Selection of Walks to Work runs until February 28, and entry is free.

THE show goes on over at Eastwood Park Theatre as Giffnock Theatre Players’ Haywire continues until Saturday. 7.30pm show plus 2.30pm Sat mat. Tickets £13/£11 from 0141 577 4956.

TED Talk at Ochardhill Parish Church. Thinking Allowed starts at 7.30pm, with talks by Brother David Steindhal-Rast and Matthieu Ricard - entry is by suggested donation of £5.

SATURDAY JANUARY 31

RACE night in aid of Phoenix Flames cheerleading team. 7.30pm-midnight at Eaglesham Masonic Lodge. Tickets are £6 and groups of six or more can reserve a table on 07973918703.

TRIBUTE to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons play Giffnock North Social Club. Doors for The Jersey Tones gig open at 7.45pm, and tickets are £10 from the bar or from 07790085048.

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 1

GIVE blood at Clarkston Hall today and tomorrow, and help save or improve the life of someone in hospital.

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 3

WOMEN’S Cultural Cookery at the Hidden Gardens. 12.30-2.30pm, and free to join - priority given to women in G41 and G42 postcodes. To find out more, call 433 2722.

STORYTELLING at The Glad Cafe with The Village Storytelling Centre. 8-10pm, and to Sangs and Clatter is £5.

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4

ALL welcome to an Eastwood Probus Club meeting, and a talk by Jack Webster: From Maud to Manhattan. 2.30pm at Eastwood House.

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