THIS week's Ayrshire entertainment roundup includes folk music, a murder mystery, the main man in The Magic Numbers and a play about punk rock lovers in the 1970s.

Something for just about everybody then. 

The shows include:

The Alistair McCulloch Trio – village hall and community centre tour

As party of Gaiety on Tour, the Alistair McCulloch Trio will be playing six special concerts at rural venues in Ayrshire. The gigs will feature acclaimed Ayrshire fiddler Alistair alongside past Scottish folk instrumentalist of the year, Aaron Jones of the Blind Dogs on bouzouki, guitar and vocals and founder member of Capercaillie Marc Duff on whistles.

They play Dailly Community Hall on Thursday, April 20 at 7.30m; Fairlie Village Hall on Friday, April 21; McCosh Hall, Kirkmichael on Saturday, April 22 with three more concerts to follow.

All shows kick off at 7.30pm and tickets cost £6 to £9.

Ayr Fort Players present Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders, by Derek Webb

Agatha Crusty – pronounced Croosty – is a crime novelist who gets caught up in a series of murders directed at members of the All Saints Village Hall committee. Suspects include Toby the vicar, Harry Knott the caretaker, committee chair Eleanor and identical twins Olivia and Oliver Truscott-Pratt.

Don’t let the laughter fool you – there’s a genuine murder mystery going on.

The show comes to Ayr’s Gaiety Theatre from Thursday, April 20 to Saturday, April 22.

Tickets priced £9.50 to £16.50 from the Gaiety - 01292 288235.

Freckfest Presents: Romeo Stodart at the Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

Romeo Stodart is the frontman for the hitmakers Magic Numbers and Freckfest are delighted to present him in the intimate surroundings of the Harbouir Arts Centre. This will be his first visit to Irvine since the very first Freckfest event in 2013 when the Magic Numbers performed. Romeo is looking forward to playing acoustic versions of the Magic Numbers songs, plus his own material.

He plays the HAC at 7.30pm on Friday, April 21, with tickets available from the HAC box office.

The Three Chinas present Doggin’ It at the Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

In 1977 times were more innocent and 'Doggin' it' meant something very different from today! The 28th of October was the day that was going to change everything for George and his friends. The Sex Pistols released 'Never mind the Bollocks'. The boys had to be the first in school to get a copy, but this meant doggin' it. Will they be able to cobble together the £2.99 to get to John Menzies to buy the first copy? The three China's return from a sell-out run at the Edinburgh festival with their hilarious new play written by John Hughes and directed by Bafta nominated director Graeme Dallas.

The show comes to Irvine’s Harbour Arts Centre at 7.30pm on Saturday April 22. Tickets from the HAC box office.