Fantastic I thought. Pre-sale tickets went on sale Wednesday, so imagine my disgust when I logged on to discover that the cheapest ticket, £50, carries a whopping £9 booking fee.
Highway robbery and Dick Turpin spring to mind.
These big entertainment companies really hold us to ransom.
Unless the Evening Times hold a competition, with tickets to the Buble gig as prizes, it looks like I will just have to stay at home and listening to his CDs.
Susan Murphy via e-mail
the recent discovery of a creationist sect teaching in an East Kilbride school shows that it is time for a fundamental rethink about the role of religion in our schools.
Sectarianism has been a blight to Glasgow for generations.
Is it time to grasp the nettle, and have a frank and open discussion about the future of religiously segregated schools?
Gary McLelland Glasgow
Clean air plea
CAN Glasgow City Council not install a smaller air pollution unit on Hope Street?
The current unit is huge, is covered with fly-posters and takes up most of the pavement.
I am also shocked that the unit is sited right next to a taxi rank that has nearly 50 black cabs sitting on it. Surely, that must distort the readings.
Mr Clean Via e-mail
Forgive me, but I thought we were making improvements to George Square.
Judging by the latest pictures, in Wednesday's Evening Times, the square looks duller than ever, with boring grey taking over from red.
Maybe they would have been better leaving it as it was in the first place.
C Gentles Govan