Kiefer Sutherland to perform intimate Glasgow show
The Lost Boys star last played in Scotland in 2017, calling it the 'best night of his life'.
Actor and musician Kiefer Sutherland is to play an intimate show in Scotland.
The Hollywood star, best known for roles in 24 and The Lost Boys, is making a long-awaited return to Glasgow - the birthplace of his grandparents, on Sunday April 7.
The show will incorporate music, storytelling and a Q&A at Cottiers bar in the city's West End.
The Canadian actor has entertained cinema audiences across the world, starring in films including Stand by Me, A Few Good Men and Pompeii.
He is an established musician and will release his second album Reckless & Me on April 26.
The actor will also perform in Manchester and London on his mini-UK tour.
Ahead of the shows, he said: "I couldn't have imagined the depth with which I have fallen in love with touring.
"To have the opportunity to convey intimate, personal stories to an audience, for me, has proven to be priceless."
The actor has toured extensively over the last three years, last performing in Glasgow at the now-destroyed O2 ABC in 2017.
At that last show, he remarked upon how much he loved the city, claiming it was "the best night of his life".