Whether you're interested in cinema, music or the outdoors, there's something for everyone this weekend in Glasgow. 

Here's our list of five things to do over the next two days. 

The Cat and the Canary

Set 20 years after the death of Mr West, The Cat and the Canary sees his relatives gather to learn who will inherit his wealth and family jewels.

Playing at the Theatre Royal, this adaptation of the classic stage thriller is the fifth production from The Classic Thriller Theatre Company.

The show features an all-star cast including actress Britt Ekland and popstar Anthony Costa, amongst others. 

Saturday's showtimes are 2.30pm and 7.30pm, with a running time of two hours and 10 minutes. 

Tickets start at £13 and can be purchased HERE

Canal Days Out

As part of Doors Open Days, the Glasgow Canal Co-op will host two days of events to celebrate the iconic waterway. 

Events include guided walks and bike rides, pop-up opera and skateboarding lessons.

The event is between 11am - 3.30pm at Applecross Street and will also take place the following Saturday on September 25. 

Find out more on the event website
Andrew Cushin at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

Singer-songwriter Andrew Cushin will perform at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut on Saturday night. 

The artist's singles include Where's My Family Gone which Noel Gallagher produced and plays guitar on. 

Doors open at 8.30pm and tickets cost £9.90.

To book click HERE

Glasgow Youth Film Festival

Aimed at those aged 15-25, and co-programmed by Glasgow Film and GYFF Young Programmers, this annual film festival presents a range of films, guest appearances and creative workshops.

Taking place between September 17-19, this year's films include the classics Death Becomes Her, Do The Right Thing and the new release Everybody's Talking About Jamie. 

There is also a programme of industry events, launched with BFI Film Academy, such as Documentary Filmmaking and Bringing Your Short Film Ideas to Life.

To find out more and to book tickets click HERE

Autumn Solstice Fire Show

As part of the West End Festival, celebrate the Autumn Solstice this Sunday evening at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum. 

Performers from Think Circus will perform a specially written story through expressive fire performance, atmospheric music, circus pyrotechnics and more. 

The event is free and takes place from 9-10.30pm.