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. If you are interested in having a stall with us we still have a few places available, Just email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
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, September 21
Elf and Faery Festival
Enjoy a host of activities including fairy trail in the garden, make a magic wand, make some elf & fairy slime and go foraging in the woodland for all the things you need to make an elf & fairy tea party at Greenbank House and Garden, from 11-4pm. Runs until Monday, September 24.
Join Dino Martino and some of the best singers and entertainers in Barrhead at The Kelburn Bar for Friday night Karaoke. 8-midnight.
Saturday, September 22
Finding Nemo at Eastwood Park Theatre. From 10.30am.
Library of Screams
Classic spine-tinglers from the Golden Age of Horror are given a new lease of blood in this original stage chiller. Join the mysterious librarian, Nathaniel Caldicott as he shares several curious tales of the macabre and the mysterious, based on works by E.F. Benson and W.H.Harvey. At Pollok House, 7-30-9.30pm.
Sunday, September, 23
Megan plays her first headline gig in the Classic Grand. Plus special guests. Tickets can be mailed or picked up. Visit megancaldermusic.bigcartel.com.
The McDougalls are back with an exciting new musical show. Help follow the treasure map across land and sea and meet some terrific tropical creatures and characters along the way. Will The McDougalls find the old treasure chest before the naughty pirates? Find out in this swashbuckling, interactive musical adventure for ages 2+, filled with catchy original music and family singalong favourites. At Eastwood Park Theatre at 2pm.
Tuesday, September 25
Head down to the Glad Cafe for the regular quiz night hosted by the man, the legend, Craig Angus. Grab your brainiest pals and get a table. Max teams of 5, £1 per person. From 8pm.
Members old and new, visitors and those keen to see what a Flower Club offers, are invited to come along to one of Busby Flower Club’s meetings at 7.30pm in the Redhurst Hotel, Giffnock. £5 for non members. Tonights’s meeting: Katy Hermes - “A Walk on the Wild Side”
Silver Screen Film Club
Enjoy the classic movie Some Like It Hot at The Bank, from 1-3pm
Slimming World at Broom Parish Church will be relaunching the evening group at 7.30pm. Call 07933250130 for more details.
McLuckie’s Line is an unforgettable whirlwind, a fast, laugh out loud tour de force performance by one of Scotland’s most talented actors, Martin Docherty. Recently diagnosed with cancer and dreading treatment, he reflects on his life, on death and what it feels like to be working class and talented in a business that is more than ever the domain of the privileged few. At Glen Halls in Neilston and Eastwood Park Theatre (September 26).