What’s on (Mar 26 - Apr 2)

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Thursday March 26

YOUTH theatre Harlequin is on at Eastwood Park with musical Loserville. 7.30pm each night until Saturday, plus a 2.30pm Sat mat. Tickets £10-£14.

BOOK launch at Waxy O’Connors (city centre). East Ren native Jonathan Whitelaw presents Morbid Relations - set in the southside - from 7pm. Free event.

Saturday March 28

COFFEE morning held by Eastwood Parish Church Guild. Stalls, homebaking and more 10am-noon. Entry £2 adults, £1 children. Proceeds to be divided between CHAS and the church.

Mela on Main St transforms Neilston from 10am until 1pm. Inspired by India and the Commonwealth Games, expect food, stalls, walking and cycling fun and entertainment from Dhol Drummers and East Renfrewshire Youth Pipe Band. Free event.

BUTTERFLY transet training at Rouken Glen Park. Interested in conserving Scotland’s butterflies? Head along 2-4pm - free event.

TRIBUTE act at Giffnock North Social Club; Coult It Be Take That! 7.45pm until late, tickets £10 including disco from the bar or by calling 07790085048.

Sunday March 29

SOUTHSIDE Mother and Baby Fair runs at Pollokshields Burgh Hall 11am-4pm. Advice, pre-loved goods, maternity wear and homebaking on offer - entry £2 (babies free). For info on booking a table, email merrygoroundglasgow@gmail.com.

Tuesday March 31

AUTHOR and Barrhead native Christopher Brookmyre is at the Foundry for an evening of Bedlam - talking about latest novel Dead Girl Walking and his video game, Bedlam. Free event, 7.30-8.30pm. Booking required - call 580 1174.

Wednesday April 1

NEXT in East Renfrewshire’s sessions addressing abuse; Tackling child sexual exploitation. Free session 7-8.30pm at Barrhead Foundry. Talks by Barnardo’s and children over 11 will receive a special backpack.

For more events visit What’s on Glasgow.