What’s On (Jan 7-14)

Celtic Connections kicks off on January 14
Celtic Connections kicks off on January 14

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JANUARY marks a last chance to catch the Turner Prize Exhibition at Tramway. The Pollokshields venue hosts an installation by winning collective Assemble, and the other shortlisted entries, until January 17. Entry is free - for more info, call 08453303501.

LAST chance to head to the Pavilion for more panto fun. Santa Claus is Coming to Town runs until January 17 - for more info, call 332 1846.

AND there’s more panto fun at the King’s Theatre. Catch the classic show Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (the fairest panto of them all) until January 10. For more info, head to www.atgtickets.com.

SAY no to diets at a mindfulness event at Nuffield Health Centre in Giffnock. The non-diet approach to self-care is on offer at 10.30am and 6.30pm - free to join.

ROLL up to Braehead Arena for the Moscow State Circus, in town from today until January 17. Tickets start at £7 for acrobats, roller skaters and death-defying stunts. Head to www.ticketmaster.co.uk/Moscow-State-Circus-tickets/artist/848342 for more info.


BRAND new show from the Johann Strauss Dancers and Orchestra, returning to the Royal Concert Hall for an afternoon show. 3pm for showmanship, delightful dancing and a dash of comedy. Tickets are £19.50-£33.50.

FULL throttle action at the SSE Hydro today and tomorrow for the Monster Energy Arenacross Tour. Join a line-up of world class motocross racers for eleven rounds of crazy, choreographed stunts, music, lazers, LED and pyro. 7.30pm Sat and 3.30pm Sun. Tickets are £21.55-£44.25.


NEW year, new hobby? Try Eastwood Park Theatre’s adult art workshops, running today until February 28. Classes include drawing and painting, watercolour, oil and acrylics, crafts, digital photography and lifedrawing at all levels of ability. Advance booking required - call 577 4956 for info and prices.


ART workshops for children and young adults are also available at Eastwood Park. Classes starting this week include visual communication and digital arts, family crafts, arts and crafts and Arts Kool Saturdays. Advance registration required - for info on costs and age groups, call 577 4956.

SCOTTISH Ballet keeps the festive magic going just a bit longer with Christopher Hampson’s Cinderella, set against Prokofiev’s powerful score. Appearing at the Theatre Royal until Saturday, with the Scottish Ballet Orchestra accompanying. Tickets from www.atgtickets.com/venues/theatre-royal-glasgow.

OPEN Mic Tuesday with Southside Sessions. 8pm at The butterfly and the pig south. Free stage, and free drink for the players. All welcome - call 258 1811 for more info.


FOLK of all kinds descend on Glasgow for two weeks of Celtic Connections. The music festival includes 300 events across 20 venues, and runs until January 31. See www.celticconnections.com for more info.

DINE and dance at the Primavera Bistro’s weekly event. 7-9pm at The Avenue for social dancing, including a short section for instruction on moves including samba and ballroom. Free for customers, £5 entrance fee for non customers.

NTS Eastwood & District Members’ Centre presents The Art Collections of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, an illustrated talk by Dr Maureen Park. Note: due to the refurbishment of Clarkston Halls, the event takes place at Netherlee Primary, 7.30pm.

IN need of a little sunshine? St Luke’s High has it covered. Pupils present their take on Sunshine on Leith - the hit Proclaimers musical - at Eastwood Park Theatre tonight and tomorrow at 7.30pm. Costs £8 standard, £6 concession and student - call 577 4956 for tickets.

For more events in East Ren, head to What’s On East Renfrewshire, or visit WOW247 Glasgow for events, entertainment news and guides to all that’s going on in Glasgow.