POLITICIANS, footballers, actors, musicians and Z-list celebrities beware - Alistair McGowan is coming to town this weekend.
The UK's top impressionist will take to the stage at the Old Fruitmarket on Sunday night - his first solo stand-up tour in a decade.
The quirks and voices of David Beckham, Tony Blair, Gary Lineker, Terry Wogan and Prince Charles will fill the arena as McGowan shows off his amazing talents.
But the stand-up's show is about much more than impersonation - expect sharp observations, poetry, romance, animals, surrealism, love, anger, wordplay and greenery.
No make-up or costume changes - just one man, a microphone and an amazing multitude of voices, including, most importantly, his own.
Tickets for the show, which starts at 8pm, cost £15. To book, call the box office on 353 8000, or visit www.glasgowconcerthalls.com.