Take a look at what is happening in Glasgow tonight:

Westlife, SSE Hydro, Tonight, doors 6.30pm
After a rocky concert last week, the Irish boyband is back, prepared and ready to take over the music venue for three whole nights.

The UK’s top-selling album group of the 21st century kicked of “The Twenty Tour” in Belfast on May 25, with the run of live shows ending in Dublin on July 5. The shows will see the global pop kings perform brand new songs, alongside their greatest hits and all 14 of their UK number one hits, including ‘Swear It Again’, ‘Flying Without Wings’, ‘You Raise Me Up’ and ‘Unbreakable’.

Some tickets are still available for purchase. Head to thessehydro.com.

Love Island Launch Party, Saint Judes, Tonight, 8pm
Summer is (just about) here which means the hugely-popular ITV2 reality show is back. As always, Saint Judes will be showing the first episode live, coupled with some food and drinks offers.

The younger brother of boxer Tyson Fury is among this year’s line-up of Love Island contestants, along with Glasgow man and former “Glow” star, Anton Danyluk. Overall, seven boys and five girls will enter the villa.

The remaining three male Islanders are: firefighter Michael Griffiths, 27, from Liverpool, chef and semi-professional rugby player Sherif Lanre, 20. Call Saint Judes on 0141 352 8800 to book a table.

Women, War and the West End, Tenement House, Ongoing

Having kicked off on Saturday, this free exhibition celebrates the female business owners, nurses and medics, designers, and other strong-willed women of Glasgow’s West End who kept the country running and were active in the war effort, both at home and abroad.

It will be installed at The Tenement House until July 31. The exhibition brought together a range of researchers and volunteers from various heritage organisations including Arlington Baths and the National Trust for Scotland as well as educational institutions including the University of Glasgow.