Pie & Beer Tasting
Pie & Brew, April 4

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Head along and sample a selection of beers from Harviestoun Brewery matched to the venue’s handmade pies and learn from one of the pioneers of the craft beer movement. Tickets are £12 from eventbrite.co.uk.

Speed Dating
Browns, April 4 and 25

Speed dating company, Slow Dating, will be giving single Glaswegians an opportunity to find The One in a comfortable and safe environment in what’s promised to be a fun night out. Cost is £20. Places are limited. Book at slowdating.com.

Coffee Club
Gordon St Coffee, April 5

Kicking things off with a cupping session, pop along and sample some new additions and old favourites. Entry is £5 on the night with a bag of beans to take home. Call 0141 221 1367 for more details.

The Arches, April 6 to 8

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Ten of Scotland’s best independent street food traders vendors set up stall every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the iconic ex-club. Organisers claim to offer “a fiercely independent alternative to the generic, mass produced lowest common denominator food.” Entry is free.

Beauty and the Beast
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, April 7

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Watch a huge orchestra perform the magical scores alongside the smash-hit remake on a giant screen. Tickets start from £39.50. Buy at glasgowconcerthalls.com.

Kilted Haggis Walking Tour
George Square, April 7 and 8

Glasgow’s only guided city walking tour with live traditional Scottish music kicks off this weekend, combining informative commentary with lively banter. Costs £12.50. Book at thekiltedhaggis.com.

Big Feed
249 Govan Road, April 7 and 8

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Scotland’s biggest indoor, fully-licensed street food market brings together delicious food, live music and DJs, games for the kids and outdoor seating. Entry is £2, £1 with a Subway concession car and under-10s go free. It returns again on April 28 and 29.

Virtual Reality Arcade
Flip Out, Rutherglen, ongoing

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Enter one of the arcade’s two VR pods and put on an HTC Vive headset to fully immerse yourself in a completely different world. Prices start from £10 for up to five people. Visit flipout.co.uk for more information.

Lego Workshops
Various venues

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Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for kids, where they learn, build and play with LEGO® bricks. Specially-designed project kits and theme-based models provide the building blocks for educational play. Head to bricks4kidz.com to find a venue near you.

Long Table
A’Challtainn Fish Restaurant & Bar, April 12

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The kitchen team will be preparing a mouth watering, four-course menu of regional Indian dishes for this month’s theme of curry night. Diners will not only be invited to share great food but the company of 60 others around Glasgow’s largest and most inviting dinner table. Tickets are £26, with booking fee. Buy at tickettailor.com.

The Whitney Houston Show
Royal Concert Hall, April 12

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Featuring the breathtaking vocals of Belinda Davids, accompanied by the sensational 30-piece National Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, this beautifully crafted homage to one of the world’s most revered singers is guaranteed to fill you with nostalgia. Tickets start from £35. Book at glasgowconcerthalls.com.

Holiday Roller Disco
RollerStop, until April 13

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Get your skates on and head along for a 1.5-hour spin sesh of skating time to a backdrop of current chart, pop, retro ‘70s, ‘80s and 90s and party tunes. Suitable for ages four and over. Prices vary. Book a time slot at rollerstop.co.uk.

Greek Party Night
Mezze, Rotunda, April 13

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Tickets are £25 and include a Greek shot, three-course Greek meal, dancers, plate-smashing and music and entertainment until 11pm. Tickets can be booked by calling 0141 375 1111.

Bongo’s Bingo
SWG3, April 13 and 14

After a massive show for St Paddy’s weekend with Boyzlife, prepare for this double-header. As usual, expect big cash prizes, silly prizes, awkward dance offs, rave intervals and loads more. Tickets are £13, with booking fee from bongosbingo.co.uk.

Glasgow Vegan Festival
Trades Hall, April 14 and 15

Fifty stalls will be available each day with world food caterers, cookery demos, inspirational talks, interactive workshops, yoga and children’s activities running throughout both days from 10.30am to 4.30pm. Entry is £3 or £15 for VIP. Buy at eventbrite.co.uk.

Vegan Pop-Up Market
Tron Theatre, April 19

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Join the team once again for an evening of some of the city’s finest vegan fare, accompanied by live music. Confirmed suppliers include Roaming Vegan Baker, Roots Fruits & Flowers, Cool Jerk Vegan Pies, Glasgow Distillery, In-Bloom, IZenJuice and Fry’s Coconut Island Limited - and others. Vist tronbarandkitchen.co.uk to know more.

FastLove: A Tribute to George Michael
King’s Theatre, April 20

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Promising to be an unforgettable evening celebrating a global superstar, this spellbinding show is packed with crowd-pleasing anthems. From the Wham! classics of the new pop revival to the chart-topping success of the 80s album Faith, plus the awesome tunes of the 90s and noughties, this is one show not to be missed. Tickets cost between £21.50 and £31.50, plus booking fee. Buy at atgtickets.com.

Bavaria Brauhaus, April 20

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Known as “Little Oktoberfest,” the festival welcomes thousands of people to the Bavarian capital for two weeks of celebration - but it’s hitting Glasgow also. Taking place every Friday and Saturday until May 5, the event will have special guest beers on draught, with selected bottles specially brewed for the occasion as well as live music. Head to bavariabrauhaus.com to book a table.

Glasgow Gin Club
Hidden Lane Tearoom, April 27

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Serving up a variety of gins with the prefect garnish as they should be made, along with some gin knowledge, music, banter and the usual club surprises, event is strictly for over-18s and costs £15.12 with booking fee. Buy from ticketweb.uk.

Ballin’: East Coast vs West Coast Hip Hop
SWG3, April 27

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SWG3 returns to the legendary East Coast/West Coast hip hop rivalry of the ‘90s. Expect classic tracks from Tupac, Biggie, NWA, Snoop and The Wu Tang clan in an epic battle. Tickets are £11.75 with booking fee from tickettailor.com.

Baby & Toddler Show
SEC, April 27 to 29

This show offers over 150 top brands and unique products at the best prices alongside expert advice to give new and expectant parents in Scotland everything they need to give their baby the best start. Free goody bags will be given to all new mums and mums-to-be. Tickets are £13, with booking fee. Buy at babyandtoddlershow.co.uk.

Psychic Lunch
La Bonne Auberge, April 28

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Costs £15 and includes a two-course set lunch with coffee and a glass of wine on arrival. Psychic readings should be booked separately on the day. Call 0141 352 8303 or email events@higlasgow.com to book,

Sharon Needles
AXM, April 28

The reigning season four winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race hits town for a spooky night​ to remember. Ticket prices are either £10.78 or £49.05 for the meet and greet, all with booking fees included. Buy via eventbrite.co.uk.

Rai Con
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, April 29

This anime and manga convention wants to try and reinvigorate the Scottish anime scene and breathe new life into the community by bringing fans an exciting convention, celebrating all things anime and manga, right in the heart of Glasgow. Ticket prices vary. Book at raicon1.wordpress.com.

Various starting points, April 29

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Last year, over 7,000 Kiltwalkers raised over £1 million pounds for their chosen charities. All three usual distances will return: choose from a Mighty Stride (approx. 23 miles), a Big Stroll (approx. 14 miles) or the Wee Wander (approx. 6 miles). The Mighty Stride sets off from Glasgow Green in two batches; 9am and 9.30am. Register now at thekiltwalk.co.uk.

Vintage & Flea Market
Saint Luke’s & the Winged Ox, April 29

Back bigger and better than ever, head along to find antiques, vintage clothes, mid-century items, vintage furniture, prints, original art, retro items, old books, collectables, vinyl records, among many other unusual items. Entry is just £1 and kids go free. See theglasgowmarkets.com for more information.

An Audience with Stiliyan Petrov, John Hartson & Chris Sutton
Royal Concert Hall, April 30

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The ultimate evening of Celtic FC legends hosted by one of the best sports journalists and authors in the business, Hugh MacDonald. The evening will be full of entertainment and banter, as you can well expect, so sit back and enjoy. Tickets start from £32 from glasgowconcerthalls.com.