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SINGING, dancing and a beach party, all at...Eastwood Park? It could only be Summer Holiday, courtesy of Quite Contrary Theatre Co. The show runs until Saturday - 7.30pm every night except Friday (8pm instead) plus a Fri mat of 4.30pm (singalong) and Sat mats of 11am (singalong) and 2.30pm. Tickets are £10-£15 from 577 4956.
STAND up, stories and anecdotes from Harry the Polis - a bobby with 30 years on the beat to draw upon. Today and tomorrow at Skinny Malinky’s. Three course meal and show for £25 - call 644 0373 for more info.
NATIONAL Theatre of Scotland presents Yer Granny at the King’s. Adapted by Douglas Maxwell (writer of Fever Dream: Southside), the show follows a diabolical gran eating her family out of house and home. Runs until May 30, tickets are £11.90-£32.40.
Friday May 29
DOCTOR Who fans will be flocking to the SSE Hydro for the Symphonic Spectacular tour. 3pm and 7.30pm performances from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and members of the BBC National Chorus of Wales. Tickets vary - call 08443954000 for more info.
ELECTRIC Frog and Pressure present the Riverside Festival 2015, with some of the biggest names in electronic music playing the Clydeside stages. 4-11pm today and tomorrow - visit www.theelectricfrog.co.uk for ticket info.
EMERGING music festival at The Glad Cafe. GoldFlakePaint presents Sucker Punch today and tomorrow, with the line up including Tuff Love, Kathryn Joseph, Bruising, Babe, Wolf, C. Duncan, Rob St. John, Sophie Jamieson and more. Tickets and info on 636 6119.
TRIBUTE night at the Redhurst Hotel, tonight featuring Tom Jones and Michael Buble (well, almost). 7.30pm-12.45am, and tickets - including drink on arrival and three course meal - are £22.50 from 638 6465.
Saturday May 30
GHA hosts International Veterans 10s from 10.15am at Braidholm. Four teams featuring international rugby legends, as well as club veteran teams from around Scotland - and a barbecue and beer tent for spectators. Adults £5, children £3, advance purchase family ticket £12.
CAR boot sale and craft fair organised by Giffnock Primary Parent Council. 11am-3pm at Giffnock Primary for bouncy castles, mini zoo, games, tea room tombolas and more. £1 entry. £15 per pitch - to book or for more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEET the Maker at Greenbank House and Garden - today, jewellery maker Isabel Haggert hosts demonstrations and a sale of her work. Tickets for a six-person masterclass, 11am-noon, on first come basis - £12. Demonstrations on the hour from 1-4pm.
TINY to Teens table sale at Netherlee Scout Hall, raising money for FEAT. 2-4pm and entry costs £1 (kids go free) which includes tea/coffee and shortbread, and juice and cake for the kids. Day will include a raffle and kids tombola.
Sunday May 31
SPRING Festival of Colours at Rouken Glen Park. Holi-inspired event running noon until 4pm with family activities and colour play at 2.30pm - old clothing advised as colours may stain.
HIGHLAND Games come to Carmunnock and King George V playing fields - gates open 11.30am, games begin at 12.30pm. £6 for adults, £4 for children and OAPs.
SUNDAY Song Club at Jayz Bar. 4-7pm for a free afternoon of live music, courtesy of local talent of all ages. Call 649 8737 for more info.
Wednesday June 3
AMATEUR golf tournament at Whitecraigs Golf Club, organised by Eastwood Rotary Club in aid of Sense Scotland and East Ren Good Causes. 10.30am tee off, £250 entry per teams of four, which also includes a three course meal and prize giving. Handicaps limited to 24 for ladies and 18 for gentlemen.
Thursday June 4
Glasgow Science Festival kicks off, putting the science centre on show. Runs until June 14 - entry to the science mall £10.50/£8.50. Other events going on across the city - see www.glasgowsciencefestival.org.uk for info.