Saturday Night Live at the Stand. The Show must go on! We can’t go to the Stand but they can drop into your living room. The fabulous Mark Nelson @marknelsoncomic is host. Every Saturday night during lockdown the show is beamed into your front room, featuring a host of amazing guests, including Mark Watson, Gary Tank Commander, Billy Kirkwood and Joe Heenan. All the fun and of course it’s BYOB and no taxi home. Result.

The Tolbooth Saturday shindig. Every Saturday Tolbooth’s Facebook Live will be bringing you an hour-long live gig from 19:30, with a wide range of exciting acts taking part. The live performances will all be free to stream, and there will be a voluntary donation for Tiny Changes, a charity promoting mental health and wellbeing, if you are in a position to contribute. Tune in for some wonderful live music and an opportunity to interact online. Why not get your friends to meet you online for the Saturday Shindig?

PE with Joe Wicks. With the schools off and the weans cooped up and us all well on the road to coming out of lockdown as fat alcoholics, it’s time to get in some exercise. The brilliant sport that is Joe Wicks does a home workout every morning at 9am live on youtube. You know you’ve already got the joggies on anyway, so get on it with the stretches.

Legendary Scottish Quiz Master Dr Paul is finally going to answer the question which is the better city ... Glasgow or Edinburgh ? With his Massive Pub Quiz, you can tune in and name your city (there’s also a “rest of the world’ team). Let the battle begin. Like the rest of this week’s events, it’s a cheap night with a really comfortable seat and BYOB and no need for a taxi. Tonight at 9pm. Watch at

Every night at 10pm, live from her studio in Paris, Christine And The Queens perform a song or two. The most intimate gig you’ll ever go to. Tune in to her instagram at

Feel like using the old grey matter a bit? Fed up with the old Netflix and chill? Mastered your sourdough? Well log on to TEDx talks Glasgow, a brilliant group of short talks by inspirational speakers including Annie Lennox on global feminism.

Tomorrow is the 700th Anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath. Indy legend Lesley Riddoch (pictured below with a scene from the film) has a fantastic new documentary available for your viewing pleasure, featuring Brian Cox and music from Oscar Nominee Patrick Doyle. Watch at

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