What’s on in the Southside from October 12 onwards

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Ongoing

Park Lane Market

Pop-up market in Shawlands, every first and last Sunday of the month. Browse a range of boutique stalls from some of your local favourites and beyond, as well as food court with a selection of hot/ cold, meat and vegan friendly delights. Choral Society

Come and join the vibrant mixed voice adult choir of the Eastwood Choral Society . All voices welcome. No auditions required. The repertoire is largely choral and classical, with concerts twice a year. Bring a mug for break time tea and biscuits! Park Church, Ravenscliffe Dr, Giffnock 7.30-9.30pm; every Monday until December 3. For further information contact Gill Bain on gillatecs@gmail.com.

Wine Circle

Stamperland Wine Circle welcomes new members who have an interest in understanding more about wine and the enjoyment associated with it.

Club members enjoy tastings, displays by leading distributors and the matching of different wines to certain kinds of food. There will be demonstrations on how to make wine and an opportunity to chat about to making your own very drinkable varieties. The Wine Cicrle then meets the first Thursday of the month between September and May.For more details contact: Glyn Jones M. 07943435843. Email. alfredjones123@btinternet.com

Table Tennis Club

Table Tennis club meets every Tuesday at Giffnock and Newlands Synagogue, Fenwick Road in Giffnock. For more details, contact David Moorin on 0141 638 5397

Neilston Exhibition

Come and see a beautiful selection of paintings by local artists, of local scenes in and around Neilston on display in The Bank Café, Neilston. Many of the items on display are for sale or please just pop in for a coffee and cake whilst enjoying some art! Until October 18.

Friday, October 12

Carry on Sleuthing

You are invited to help amateur sleuth Letitia Luvibod solve the murder of underwear magnate Silas Bouncé at Giffnock Library, 7pm. Tickets also available from the library.

Saturday, October 13

The Lions of Lisbon

A Play of Two Halves by Ian Auld & Willy Maley. Get ready to roar for the finest silverware ever lifted.

If you know the history ... don’t just remember it, relive it...

A full cast of ten, plus live band, recreate the humour, passion and occasional calamity that accompanied a Glasgow & District XI showing Europe’s finest how the beautiful game should be played. Catch it at Eastwood Park Theatre at 7.30pm.

Karaoke

Join Dino Martino and some of the best singers and entertainers in Barrhead at The Flying Horse for Saturday night Karaoke from 8-11.45pm.

Sunday, October 14

Crow Hill

Meursault presents Crow Hill, a series of urban horror vignettes set to music. These stories range from the mundane (a young woman laments a failed romance) to the fantastical (a town resident wilfully devolves into a sea creature and crawls back into the ocean).

At The Glad Cafe from 7.30pm.

Sewing Class

How to become best friends with your sewing machine in a day!

If you always wanted to get into sewing but never had the time, here is the perfect sewing class for you. In a relaxed, fun and small classes (never more than 4 students) you will learn everything you need to feel confident with your sewing machine and how to use a pattern. All material will be provided and also essential tools such as scissors. The clas takes place at Studio 2/1 on the Minard Road from 10.30-5pm.

Wild Woodland Bonanza

Join NTS Outreach for outdoor cooking, arts and craft and exciting times as you discover the woods of Greenbank Gardens. From 11-1pm.

Monday, October 15

Martha

Catherine Wheels Theatre Company return to Eastwood Park Theatre with Martha, an original story about friendship created by Andy Manley, Gill Robertson and Annie Wood. One day Martha has an unexpected visitor and her life will never be the same again... From 2pm

Tuesday, October 16

Ethan Jones

Ethan Johns w/ the Black Eyed Dogs + Jarrod Dickenson play the Glad Cafe from 7.30pm.

Friendship Club

Come along and join the weekly social event for adults with learning disabilities and additional support needs.

The Tuesday Friendship Club (TFC) promises a Professional Club night with a person centred itinerary compromising of disco, buffet, raffle and bingo. Contact Mags on 07876 111 806 for more information.