Looking for something different to do in Glasgow this week? Check out our recommendations.

What Girls Are Made Of, Tramway, until Saturday

GRUNGE has gone global, indie kids are inheriting the earth, and a schoolgirl from Glenrothes is catapulted to a rock star lifestyle as the singer in a hot new indie band. Touring with Radiohead, partying with Blur, she was living the dream. Until she wasn’t. Based on her meticulously detailed teenage diaries, this is the true story of Cora Bissett’s rollercoaster journey from the girl she was to the woman she wanted to be. Fresh from an award-winning, sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and performed with a live band. Head on over to citz.co.uk to check performance times and to book tickets.

Champagne & Shampoo, Raddison Red Skybar, Tuesday, 7pm

HEAD to the glamorous Raddison Red Skybar to hear how Monat is taking naturally based haircare to a new level and helping people all over the UK with good tips on how to take care of their locks.This is a casual get together where you can hear about Monat’s product range and learn how you can be part of the “healthy hair revolution.” Whether you come on your own or bring a friend or two, the team said: “We would love to welcome you from 7pm onwards and can’t wait to meet you.” Register interest at Eventbrite. Entry includes a complimentary drink. A must-do event for beauty fans.

Can You Ever Forgive Me?, GFT, Tuesday, 6pm

AS part of its Access Film Club – designed to engage with people aged 15-plus who have autism, Asperger Syndrome, learning disabilities and/or difficulties in processing information - don’t miss Melissa McCarthy in the Oscar-nominated adaptation of the memoir Can You Ever Forgive Me?, the true story of best-selling celebrity biographer Lee Israel who made her living in the 1970s and 1980s profiling the likes of Katharine Hepburn. When she is no longer able to get published because she has fallen out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception. Visit glasgowfilm.org.