From 'Ewan McVicar's' dance scene to having a barrel of laughs at the King's Theatre: Here are Five exciting things to do this weekend in Glasgow.

To make sure everyone can join in on the fun, we've got a "magical" list that should tickle everyone's fancy for this weekends Saturday and Sunday.  

Here are the headlined top five activities!

'Ewan Mcvicar' @ SWG3

This Scottish DJ was tipped to become one of the hottest names in the dance scene and this Saturday you are in luck as he may even tell you something good!

He will perform his set on Saturday from 10:00 pm till 03:00 am on Sunday, with tickets available from £11.50 to £15.00. This is not suitable for those under 18.

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'Daily Potions Cocktail Making Session' @ Root of Magic, 110 Hope Street

Immerse yourself in the experience and be transported with magical cocktails and shots.

If you're over 18 you can book yourself or a group this weekend at the Root of Magic website. The price is £15pp or a table for five people comes to £75.

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'GlasGLOW' @ Botanic Gardens

This is the last weekend GlasGLOW will present the light show with the theme of 'SAVE OUR CITY,' during this immersive experience you will be an undercover reporter, which should be an entertaining evening for the whole family.

Tickets are available for both Saturday and Sunday evenings and can be purchased here on the Itison website, with tickets ranging from £0-£26.

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'Outside Drama Classes for 3-11-year-olds' @ Dumbreck Outdoor Playbarn

Outdoor drama classes are a lot like indoor drama ones, but the floor is made of grass and the sun lights all the shows.

It is £7.50-£9 per class and is available on Saturday.

'The Dolls' @ King's Theatre Glasgow

You'll be in for a barrel of laughs with these two Scottish Comedians Louise McCarthy and Gayle Telfer Stevens, who are back as 'The Dolls' and their special guest star comedians, singers, male dancers, magicians and maybe even a few surprises!

Tickets are available on Saturday for the two showings: 14:30 and 19:30 both from £36.50

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