1 Massaoke at the Movies! is back. The brilliant event by the CCA in Glasgow takes place next Saturday at 7.30pm, tickets £13 from www.wegotickets.com. From Grease to Pulp Fiction and everything in between, this event always features a brilliant live band, and this time around they will be playing two sets jam-packed with cinematic soundtrack gold. This is a truly red-carpet event. Channel your inner screen siren/hunk or get into the Hollywood mood by going as your favourite movie characters.

2 Kung Hei Fat Choi! Head to the ace Nonya in Finnieston for a truly authentic celebration of Chinese New Year on Thursday at 7.30pm. Enjoy a five-course tasting menu paired with five servings of Arbikie Gin. The menu will be a nose to tail sensation. This neighbourhood eatery is fast becoming a staple on the go-to list of every Scottish foodie. Deservedly so. It is authentic, friendly and welcoming, and there is a hip and yet relaxed vibe. Tickets available at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nose-to-tail-chinese-new-year-celebration-tickets-55108770817

3 A written constitution for an independent Scotland will be discussed when Yes Edinburgh West play host to John Drummond, chairman of the Constitutional Commission. All welcome to this free event at the function suite of the Clermiston Inn, Rannoch Rd, Edinburgh, tomorrow at 7.30pm

4 Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, the classic film starring John Barrymore, will be screened today between 4pm-6pm at Leith Depot, Edinburgh. Tickets via eventbrite. £9. The film has been given a brand-new score written by Dave Abbott which will be performed live.

5 One Love… next Saturday night should have every reggae lover heading to Paisley, where The Bungalow is hosting a night to celebrate Bob Marley on the day of his birth. NNE are delighted to present The Marley Experience, billed as the number one tribute act performing the music of the late king of Reggae music. They’ll perform all the hits, including One Love, Three Little Birds, I Shot The Sheriff, Is This Love?, No Woman No Cry, Kinky Reggae, Punky Reggae Party and more. Tickets a mere £8 and available via skiddle.com or The Bungalow bar.

6 Benedict Allen, the Ultimate Explorer, is appearing in Aberdeen tomorrow at 7:30pm at the New King’s (tickets via eventbrite, £10). Allen tells the whole unvarnished truth about his most recent adventure – a solo expedition to Papua New Guinea during which he filmed his visit to a community he had befriended 30 years earlier.

7 Back to Edinburgh, where the one and only designer Orla Kiely is at the Dovecot Studios for an exclusive preview of her much-anticipated exhibition, A Life In Pattern, before it opens to the general public. Inspired by the upbeat exuberance of the 1960s, a love of Irish and Scandinavian architecture and mid-century design, Kiely will share insight with guests into how she created one of the most popular brands of the 21st century. Tickets cost £35 via eventbrite and include drinks and nibbles. Perfect: style and sustenance.