What’s on (Mar 12-19)

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TALK on The West End - a delusion of grandeur at Clarkston Halls. Part of National Trust for Scotland Eastwood and District Members’ Centre series. 7.30pm start.

THEATRE South Productions presents Guys and Dolls at Eastwood Park Theatre. Runs until Saturday, 7.30pm plus 2.30pm Sat mat. Tickets £10-£16 from 577 4956.


COMEDY fundraiser at Govanhill Baths - part of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival. Join hosts Stu Who? and Susan McCabe from 7pm for United We Will Swim. Tickets £8/£6.

MICHAEL Buble tribute night at the Redhurst Hotel from 7.30pm. Tickets £22.50 from 638 6465.


ORIGINAL artwork on display at the 35th Christian Aid art exhibition and sale at Clarkston Hall. 10am-4pm, and entry is £2 (children 50p).

FAMILY films at Eastwood Park Theatre - this week, Despicable Me 2. 10am start, and tickets are £2 from 577 4956.

CELEBRATE the 10th anniversary of local charity AIDS AFRICA at Newton Mearns Baptist Church with a coffee morning. 10am-12.30pm. Entry free, exit by donation if possible.

QUIZ night and disco from Carolside Nursery. 7.30pm start at Clarkston Bowling and Tennis Club - £100 prize for the winning team. Tickets £5 from 07584248842.


SCOTTISH Wildlife Trust talk on Pinewoods and Peatlands. 7.30pm at Duff Memorial Hall. Entry is £3/£2/under 18s free. All welcome, with tea and coffee provided. To find out more, call 433 9099.


EVENING talk on the birds and habitats of Glasgow. 7pm at Rouken Glen Park pavilion, hosted by Jim Coyle, chair of the Friends of Glasgow’s Local Nature Reserves. Free event and no booking required.

For more events visit What’s On East Renfrewshire.