Avenue Q,King’s Theatre, Tonight, 7.30pm

CREATED by Jeff Marx and Robert Lopez, co-creator of Book of Mormon and writer of the songs for Disney’s Frozen, Avenue Q is an irresistibly charming tale of a troupe of loveable puppet characters on a downtown New York street trying to make sense of life’s burning issues. Hilarious, cheeky and uproariously entertaining, with a cast of 11 hugely talented performers and puppets, Avenue Q is the musical like no other. Suitable for audiences aged 14 and over. The show will be on at the theatre until Saturday. Head on over to atgtickets.com to buy tickets.

Mitchell Open Tours, Mitchell Library, Today, 2.30pm

A TOUR behind the scenes of the famous Mitchell Library. The Mitchell Library opened to the public in 1911 and has grown ever since. With over a million items, it is a huge source of information and inspiration for many across the city and beyond. Bosses only have a selection of material out on open access and this tour will include the stacks area and a brief history of the building. Places are limited. The tour involves stairs and walking so may not be suitable for those with mobility issues. If you are part of a group and would like a tailored tour, call 0141 287 2999 to discuss.

Last Ferry to Dunoon, Oran Mor, Today, 1pm

THREE characters are sitting in a glass shelter on the pier during a blustery gale waiting. Each of them has a story to tell about each of the seaside towns on the Clyde coast the ferries plied on their legendary summer trips, heaving with city and town holiday day trippers; Millport, Wemyss Bay and Rothesay. Through reminiscence of their stories, the three gradually reveal themselves to each other. Are they waiting to embark on the last Ferry to Dunoon – or for a person to disembark when it berths? Head on over to playpiepint.com/plays/last-ferry-to-dunoon for more details.