WITH everything from theatre to a saxophone quarter Mugdock Country Park has something for everyone this month.
‘A Date with the Dame’ by Morag Stark will be performed this Friday and Saturday from 7.45pm, featuring Queen of Romance Dame Barbara Cartland, in a flirtatious one-hour interactive comedic insight into her heady pink world. Tickets are £10.
On Wednesday, November 21, Tom Marchant will entertain with ‘Talk Night at Mugdock: Scotland’s Empire Exhibitions’ at
7.45pm. With stunning, colour footage, never seen before and shot by Tom’s father during the 1938 Empire Exhibition held at Bellahouston Park, he presents a highly informative history of Glasgow’s Empire Exhibitions from 1888 to 1938. The Talk Night costs £5.
On Mugdock’s cinema night, The Steamie (cert PG) will show on Monday, November 26, at 7.45pm. Tony Roper’s comic play is based on the lives of a group of women who meet in the wash house before the Hogmanay celebrations of 1953. The film features Eileen Mccallum, Dorothy Paul and Katy Murphy, and lasts 86 mins. Film lovers can also join the Cinema Club for free on the evening.
‘Sax Appeal from The Hume Saxophone Quartet’ will be the entertainment at Mugdock Theatre on Friday, November 30, at 7.45pm. With light classics, jazz and ragtime. this fab four, fresh from their success the Edinburgh Fringe, have a repertoire that features everything from Mozart to Mancini, Sousa to Sinatra and Bach to the Beatles, Tickets are £10 and £8 (concession). Booking is essential for all shows on 0141 956 6100.