THERE'S plenty happening around town this weekend - don't miss any of these:

Deacon Blue
SSE Hydro

The last few years of Deacon Blue have seen a creative surge, and the band’s renaissance. Their tour is one that celebrates the band’s entire career. Tickets are still available for £34.05, plus fee, from

A Night of Jeff Goldblum
Burnt Church Film Club

A marathon of movies to celebrate the smooth operating actor turned jazz extraordinaire. Tickets ar £12 at

Funbox: Once Upon a Christmas
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Tomorrow to Sunday

Singalong silliness as all your favourite stories go wrong. It’s up to the gang to make sure everyone lives happily ever after. Tickets are £15. Head to

Tots Christmas Party
Gravity Suite

Celebrate with Christmas fun, singing, sensory play, bubbles and a wee goodie. Tickets are £8 at

It’s A Wonderful Life
Grosvenor Cinema
Until Christmas Eve

Don't miss one of the most beloved festive films of all time. Get tickets at

Until December 30

Bertie Scrooge hates Christmas Day. See how his life changes in one magical night. Book tickets at

Breakfast with Santa
Dobbies, Braehead
Until Christmas Eve

Little ones’ eyes will light up as they tuck into breakfast or tea with Santa, enjoy fun activities and a get gift. Book at

Xmas Party Nights
Platform, Argyle Street

Start the weekend early. From trader to table, enjoy a great atmosphere but with a Christmas twist at this party night. Christmas surprises and entertainment are thrown in. Tickets are £40 per person. Visit

Indian Winter Feast Tasting Menu
Tuk Tuk, Glasgow
Until December 31

Enjoy an evening with a seasonal seven-course menu. With a blend of modern and traditional, the food is inspired by the street food vendors of India. Cost is £35 per person. Visit

Britney and the Beast
Websters Theatre
Until January 5

Full of song, dance and the good old “Glasgae banter,” don’t miss a hilarious journey through Pantoland with this Scottish twist on a very well-known old classic tale. Buy tickets at


Paul McCartney
SSE Hydro

The Paul McCartney live experience is everything any music lover could want from a rock show. Nearly three hours of the greatest moments from the last 50 years of music, expect dozens of songs from Paul’s career that have formed the soundtracks of our lives. Some tickets are still be available at