From being visited by three ghosts to making three wishes: Here are Five things to do this weekend in Glasgow.

This weekend will surely put a smile on your face and have you shouting "he's behind you" at the pantomimes.

Here are the headlined top five activities for Saturday and Sunday.

'A Christmas Carol' @ The Pearce Institute, Govan Road

"Bah Humbug!"

Be part of Scrooge's journey as he is visited by three chilling ghosts who tell him about his errors throughout life. 

Get the family together on Saturday, at 12.30pm for £9 to £11


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'Elf School' @ Princes Square

Elves will teach children, aged four to 10, to help make this the most magical time of the year.

Enrol the children in Elf School and in just 2 hours they will learn the tricks of the trade, play Christmas games, and get creative with arts and crafts. Finally, before graduating as a Christmas elf, Santa will appear.

The tickets are £25 per person 

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'Chubby and the Gang' @ King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

The band is in the new wave of British Hardcore and have developed a cult following in the UK.

This event is for over 18s and will cost £13.20 at 272A St Vincent Street Glasgow, G2 5RL

Glasgow Times: King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

'Funbox presents Santa’s Pyjama Party' @ The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Can you help Anya and Kevin stay awake and get everything ready for Santa coming?

A family and kids' event, available on Sunday at noon and 3pm from £13.20

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'Aladdin' @ SEC Armadillo

Glasgow favourite Gary Tank Commander will feature as Aladdin's brother in this pantomime. Also featuring the classic magic carpet rides and three wishes gifted by the genie.

The first showing of the year is on Saturday at 2pm, with a price range of £15.30 to £44.85

Glasgow Times: Members of the cast of the SEC panto Aladdin pictured at the Armadillo, Glasgow. They are from left- Rachel Flynn (Scherazade), Gavin Mitchell (evil sorcerer Abanazer), Leah MacRae (Mrs Twankey), Brian James Leys (The Emperor) and Gary:Tank Commander