SOME must-do events to mull over as the weekend draws near...

Vintage and Street Food Market
The Briggait, Sunday

Shop quality vintage, handmade, reworked and retro and enjoy some of Scotland’s finest street food traders. Tickets are £4, with booking fee, at

Meet Paddy McCourt
Walkabout, tonight

Author and award winning podcaster Paul John Dykes will be on stage with Celtic cult-hero Paddy McCourt. A limited number of VIP meet-and-greet tickets are available. Buy at

Snow Patrol
SSE Hydro, tonight

Snow Patrol first formed in 1993, but reached notoriety with the release of their 2002 album “Final Straw” which featured the hit singles “Chocolate,” “Spitting Games” and top five smash “Run.” Tickets are still available at

Big Feed Welcome Back Party
249 Govan Road, Saturday and Sunday

Glasgow’s favourite street food market is back – and it’s going to be a belter. Expect 12 traders, a fully-licensed bar, massive beer garden, live music, DJs and loads of family-friendly activities. Only £2 entry.

Grease is the Word!
SWG3, tomorrow

Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 1978 musical. Expect crazy Grease-themed decor and music from the 1950s. Tickets are £8, with booking fee, at

Night at the Anatomy Museum 2
Hunterian Museum, tonight

Enjoy a range of demonstrations, displays and interactive displays showing how human anatomy has been visualised, studied and taught over the centuries. Free, but book at

G5 x lululemon: Underground
Argyle St Arches, tonight

A fitness sweat-tacular like no other., this workout will be customised so that all abilities can take part. Free to attend, but register at

Will the Clyde Run Red Again?
Kinning Park Complex, tonight

On January 31, 1919, a revolt in the heart of Glasgow nearly toppled the might of the British state. CommonSpace invites you to the first forum of 2019 to discuss what can be learned from it. Tickets are £3, with fee, at

First Friday Tour
Glasgow City Mission, tomorrow

Enjoy a guided tour of the facilities where practical care is provided to those struggling with homelessness, poverty and social isolation. Free, but book at

Community Clean Up
Jodandys, Sunday

My Shawlands is organising another community event. Join neighbours, local firms and fellow Shawlanders for a few hours of litter picking and general sprucing up.


Harry Potter Bridge and Glencoe
Bus stop, 70 Cowcaddens Road, Sunday

Take a journey into the Scottish Highlands and travel to Glenfinnan for a stop at the famous viaduct from the Harry Potter film series. Goers will also head to Glencoe to hear the history of the Massacre of Glencoe and some of the history that led to the awful events. Tickets are £26 at