Cinemas nationwide, from tomorrow

From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight. Check with your local cinema for times.

Barras Food Trucks
Moncur Street, Saturday

Celebrate the start of summertime by cranking up the BBQ and having a celebratory feast outdoors. The best of Scotland’s food trucks and street food operators will pitch up. Free to attend.

Big Feed Birthday
249 Govan Road, Saturday and Sunday

One of Glasgow’s favourite street food markets is having its second birthday party and everyone’s invited. There will be plenty of food, drink and a party atmosphere this weekend. Entry is £2.

Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Musical
SSE Hydro, until Sunday

This promises to take audiences on an exhilarating, side splitting and musical adventure. The show’s success has been nothing short of incredible over the years. Head to thessehydro.com for tickets.

Mother’s Day
So L.A., Sunday

Toast Mum with champagne and a brunch menu inspired by the soul, energy and flavours of California. Visit solaglasgow.com.

Glasgow International Comedy Festival
Various venues, until Sunday

There’s still plenty of time to catch one of the many hilarious acts that have taken over Glasgow’s comedy scene this month. Top flight stand-up acts have taken part. From the cerebral to the joyously daft, the programme has something for every taste and budget. Visit glasgowcomedyfestival.com.

Fizz & Frolics
Mharsanta, Sunday

Live entertainment from Michelle Elii, Expect games, shopping, pampering, competitions, prizes and plenty food and drink. Ladies only. Tickets by Eventbrite.

Mother’s Day
Tuk Tuk, Sunday

Treat your mum to a free Indian meal at the street food restaurant. Visit tuktukonline.com.

Park Lane Market
974 Pollokshaws Road, Sunday

Enjoy a range of boutique stalls from some local favourites, as well as a food court with a selection of hot and cold foods, meat and vegan-friendly delights. Free entry.

The Solid Silver 60s Show
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, tomorrow

The original and premier sixties show, bringing classic hits performed by the original hit makers. Peter Noone, Brian Poole and Dave Berry with Vanity Fare unite. Get tickets at glasgowconcerthalls.com.


Aye Write!
Various venues, until Sunday

Celebrate the best in national, international and local writing with national and local speakers, allowing audiences to enjoy appearances from big-name writers and emerging talent. This year’s programme features over 250 authors. Visit ayewrite.com to find an event in town and to book tickets.