Looking for something to do this week? Well, we’ve got you covered!

Throughout Ayrshire there’s a variety of shows with something to satisfy classical music lovers, theatre goers, and pop music lovers alike.

There’s no need to sit in, get out and enjoy the best shows Ayrshire has to offer this week.

Aida at The Gaiety’s Main Theatre – Feb 16

Performed by Ukraine’s Dnipro Opera and presented by the Ukrainian National Opera, this opera tells a love story between the princess of Ethiopia (Aida) and the Egyptian General (Radames) amidst a war between their countries.

Sung in Italian with English surtitles, the performance features an orchestra of over 30 musicians.

Tickets cost £27.00-35.00 and are available on The Gaiety’s website: www.thegaiety.co.uk/events/aida-giuseppe-verdi-ukranian-national-opera.

Hot Love at Troon Town Hall - Feb 17

A tribute to the groovy and bold rock music of the 1970s, Hot Love will be taking to the stage in Troon Town Hall.

Performing songs from iconic artists such as David Bowie, T Rex, Elton John, and Roxy Music, this tribute isn’t one to be missed for fans of classic modern rock music.

Both balcony and downstairs tickets cost £20 and can be bought here: www.tinyurl.com/hotlovetroon.

Lady Gaga and Pink at The Carlon Hotel, Prestwick– Feb 17

A tribute to two powerhouse popstars, this night is sure to be one packed full of 2000s pop hits.

But the event isn’t just a night of pop fun, as one £35 ticket also includes a three-course meal from the hotel’s restaurant.

Tickets can be bought here: www.tinyurl.com/ladygagapinkcarltonhotel.

Gould Piano Trio at the Arran High School Theatre – Feb 18

Acclaimed musical group Gould Piano Trio will be playing a variety of classical music pieces in Arran this week.

With Lucy Gould on violin, Richard Lester on cello and Benjamin Frith on piano, the trio have won first prize at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition and were named ‘rising stars’ by the European Concert Halls Organisation.

Tickets cost £12 and can be found here: www.tickets-scotland.com/gould.

The Duo Arnicans (Cello & Piano) at the Holy Trinity Church, Ayr – Feb 18

Comprised of couple Florian Arnicans on cello and Arta Arnicane on piano, this Zurich based duo is coming to Ayr to share their renditions of classic music pieces.

Throughout the years, the musicians have performed in Scotland, England, and Florian’s home country of Latvia.

Tickets cost £15 - with students going free - and can be bought at the door for the show that starts at 7.30pm.

Do you have any shows, gigs, or concerts you’d like us to showcase in our entertainment round-up? If so, get in touch by emailing emma.reilly@newsquest.co.uk.