WHETHER you're interested in pop music, theatre or horror, there's lots on offer in Glasgow this Saturday and Sunday. 

Here's our round up of five of the best events to inspire your weekend activities. 

Let Me Entertain You

This full stage production celebrating the music of popstar Robbie Williams will be at the King's Theatre on Saturday night. 

The show features huge stage sets, talented musicians and state of the art video. 

Robbie Williams is played by JK who has been recognised as the singer's greatest tribute.

Tickets for the 7.30pm show start at £23 and can be booked HERE.


For lovers of horror, this brand-new interactive experience is sure to be popoular. 

Taking place at Kelburn Estate and Country Centre, CULT tasks participants with finding a missing child in the woods, where "evil conspiracy and sinister terrors" await.

The event is 14+ and guests are recommended to dress warmly with sensible footwear. 

CULT takes place on both Saturday and Sunday this weekend, and continues on select nights until October 31. 

Tickets cost £13.50 per person and can be booked HERE

Sugarsnap Open Day

If an open day at a chocolate shop sounds like a dream come true, then you're in luck this Sunday. 

Artisan Chocolate and Confectionary Company Sugarsnap are hosting their first ever workshop open day where you can buy chocolate and other treats. 

The open day takes place from 12-4pm at 72 Elderslie Street.

For more information click HERE

A Night At The Musicals

For one night only, this celebration of musicals is coming to the King's Theatre on Sunday. 

Perfomed by a professional cast, the show features the best songs from some of the most popular West End and Broadway shows, including Les Miserables and Wicked. 

Remaining tickets for the 6pm show start at £21.50 and can be bought HERE


Rising pop superstar HRVY will be performing at the O2 Academy this Sunday. 

Best known for songs Personal and Hasta Luego, the 2019 BBC Radio One Brit List artist has combined global streaming figures of over one billion and 500,000 UK single sales.  

The 22-year-old has also previously supported Little Mix and The Vamps on tour. 

Doors open at 7pm and tickets start at £26.10.

Click HERE to purchase.