What’s on (Sep 25 - Oct 2)

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SCOTTISH Queer International Film Festival runs until Sunday, taking place in venues across Glasgow. Screenings are £5/£4 and workshops free. Call 352 4900 for more info.

JOIN Patsy Cline and Friends (or as close to the real thing as we can offer) at Eastwood Park Theatre. Tribute show including Hank Williams and Jim Reeves homages. 7.30pm start and tickets are £16/£15 from 577 4956.

LATE night theatre at The Shed as Tram Direct presents Lanes and Doorways, a story of survival and friendship between those with no fixed abode. 9.30pm show tonight and tomorrow, plus 5.30pm Sat show. Tickets £10 from 07791642965 or manager@tramdirect.com.


FRESH produce on offer at Clarkston Farmers Market. 9am-1pm at Clarkston Hall.

JOIN The Bank Bike Hub on its last rideout of the season. 10am from the Hub in Neilston. Costs £2 for adults, £1 for under 18s. Call 561 1201 for more info.

NEW monthly event bringing together street food, drink, live music and art launches in Glasgow. StrEAT is on today and tomorrow, noon-11pm at The Briggait. Free entry.

GHOST hunt at Govanhill Baths. Hosted by Lanarkshire Paranormal, with funds going to the Baths restoration. 9pm-3am for a investigator-led tour (in the dark, no less) - tickets £30 from 07496371735.


HEAD to the 1st Barrhead Scout Hall for a Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and table top sale. 11am-3pm and spaces are £10 each, plus a donation to the raffle - no tables available so please bring your own. Call 07564748129 for more info.


ALL welcome to the Renfrewshire Branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild at Fairweather Hall, Newton Mearns. 7.30pm start and tonight’s guest speaker is Brian Hill, on Scottish lace making. Free first meeting, membership available.


EXHIBITION on Lost Cinemas of Glasgow: Architecture and Society opens at The Glad Cafe - part of the Southside Film Festival. Free event running until October 26, focusing on the fates of Glasgow’s 160 former cinema buildings, and southside locations in particular.

FREE evening talk at Rouken Glen Park. Graeme Walker of Clyde and Argyll Fungus Group put the fun in Fungi in the Park. 7-9pm - no booking required, and drop in 15 mins before for tea and coffee.

UNIVERSITY of Glasgow open studies course comes to Clarkston Hall. The Life and Legacy of Lyndon B Johnson will run for five weeks and costs £57.50. Call 330 1860 for more info - all students must enrol before attending the class.


MEARNS Parish Kirk Guild Fashion Show, 7.30pm in Mearns Kirk Church Hall. Fashions are by Toggery and tickets (£2) will be on sale at the door. Tea/coffee and biscuits are included in the price.


TURNER Prize exhibition opens at Tramway ahead of December’s winner announcement. The shortlisted artists are Assemble, Bonny Camplin, Janice Kerbel and Nicola Wermers. Their work is available to view, for free, until January, and workshops will be on offer throughout.


BATS are Brilliant - so say the Dams to Darnley countryside rangers. Find out why from 6.15-8.15pm, meeting at the Balgray Reservoir car park. Booking 
required on 577 4053. Wear suitable clothing and please bring a torch.

MUSIC at Lebowskis Pop Up on Nithsdale Road. Shoot The Craw are playing tonight - also playing The Clockwork Beer Co on October 30.

DANCE and music extravaganza at Eastwood Park. East Meets West is on from 8pm, in aid of Alzheimer Scotland, and will include cultural offerings from Scotland, Egypt, India and Japan, songs from Miss Saigon accompanied by bagpipes and more. Tickets are £12.50 from 577 4956.

For more events, visit What’s On East Ren or see WOW247 Glasgow for entertainment news and all that’s going on in the city.