1 THERE’S a double delight this week – a top thing to do with your chums or kids or just a darn good read. Jenny Drew, the pocket rocket entrepreneurial queen of crafting, has launched her new sewing and crafting shop Sew Confident in Glasgow’s west end ... and her accompanying book also drops. Stop Playing Small is a tale of her journey to businesswoman and all things crafty along the way. Follow her on socials @sewconfidentjenny

Book a class or buy a book at www.sewconfident.co.uk

2 THE hills are alive with the sound of musicals.. Tickets have just been released for Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s An Evening Of The Greatest Musicals. Dates are in August, but tickets sell like hot cakes. This week the theatre is showing Noel Coward’s Private Lives. Have a nosy on their website at www.pitlochryfestivaltheatre.com/

3 BROOKLYN boys Geese are coming to Glasgow, with the mighty King Tut’s hosting yet another brilliant night. Their latest LP Projector is a belter. Go see them while you still can at such a brilliant and intimate wee venue. Follow them on the socials @geese_band

Buy tickets for the gig at www.geeseband.com

4 AFTER a two-year hiatus, the Art Car Boot Sale returns to Glasgow’s SWG3 in just over a week. Taking place in the venue’s vast outdoor and indoor spaces on June 25 (10am-6pm) and 26 (11am-5pm), it’s set to be the biggest showcase of contemporary artwork from Scotland and beyond. Tickets £5 on the door. For more info head to www.swg3.tv

5 LEITH goes live! Returning after a two-year pause, Leith Late is a celebration of culture and community which will bring a packed weekend of gigs, installations, conversations and parties to venues across the Edinburgh enclave. All of the events are either free or pay-what-you-can and highlights include an interactive community dance project taking to the streets, DIY music label OK Pals curating a night of live music at the Hibs Club and a free family-style Sunday lunch courtesy of social enterprise Punjabi Junction. Brilliant days out on June 24-26. For more info head over to www.leithlate.co.uk/

6 GOOD fun and good deeds needn’t be strangers. Get yourself down to YOTEL Glasgow or Edinburgh this week for a special Pride cocktail. YOTEL is pledging its support for Pride month by investing in updated LGBTQ+ awareness training for staff, as well as donating 100% of proceeds from a charity cocktail and mocktail to LGBTQ+ helpline charity Switchboard. Switchboard provides support through phone, email and instant messaging for people who may feel isolated in their community, have an issue or question they want to discuss or are simply looking to talk to someone who shares their experience.

For more info www.yotel.com/ and www.yo.co.uk/ and www.switchboard.lgbt

7 WUNDERBAR is opening! This brand-new, hip and heavenly establishment opens to acclaim in glasgow this week. Food, fashion, fun, great sounds and all put together by a team that know exactly what people love. Good times start here. Summer frolicking and cocktails are go! Follow on the socials @wunderbarglasgow