There’s loads on at Mugdock Country Park over the coming days and weeks.
Are you brave enough to visit the isolated Mugdock Castle in the dead of night?
Ghostly grounds and dingy dungeons known for their sightings of spooky specters and ghastly ghouls, unexplained noises and flitting shadows.
If you are willing to enter this haunting world then take a friend - you will need someone to cling to when you are screaming!
You could run but there is nowhere to hide Cost £7. Age limits apply. Booking essential, call 0141 956 6100.
Fright Nights take place on October 30 and 31 and November 1 at 6.45pm and 8.15pm.
There will be a photography walk with David Palmar on Sunday, October 20 from 10am - 4pm
It’s a mix of photography walks and indoor discussions aimed at beginners, but any standard of photographer welcome.
Cost £20/adult, £10/child - suitable for 12 years and over if accompanied by an adult.
Booking essential, call 0141 956 6100. For more information see www.photoscot.co.uk
There’s a concert Night at Mugdock with Peter Argondizza and Katrina Bateman on Friday, October 25 at 7.45pm
Guitarist Argondizza and violinist Bateman are dedicated to exploring the ten-string repertoire for guitar and violin.
They bring an eclectic and exciting mix of international music to this evening recital, exploring everything from the baroque masterpieces of Vivaldi to the modern genius of Piazolla’s tangos.
An evening not to be missed! Tickets cost £8. Booking essential, call 0141 956 6100
There is a students’ photography workshop on Saturday, October 26 from 10am – 1pm.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join press photographer Martin Shields on this sessions for students who have an interest in photography, art and even biology.
Students will learn camera techniques, practical applications, image enhancement and how to apply skills in a classroom situation. Cost £12. Booking is essential 0141 956 6100.
It’s cinema night at Mugdock when Far from the Madding Crowdis shown on Monday, October 28 at 7.45pm.
This is an evocative and sumptuous adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel set in the 19th Century.
Join the cinema club for free on the evening. Booking is essential, call 0141 956 6100.