A popular magician will be returning to the stage a year after selling out a 16-month run of live shows in Glasgow.

Ryan K Davidson will be bringing his new one-man-show Devilry to The Webster's Theatre in the west end of Glasgow for three nights in October.

Following on from a successful 16-month run of his Little Mysteries show in the city's Grand Central Hotel, Devilry will be Ryan's fourth live performance.

Based on true events Devilry will explore darker thoughts and experiences in a series of short vignettes.

Spectators have been told to expect plenty of audience participation, story telling and unbelievable demonstrations of influence, control and mind reading.

Ryan said: "This is a really exciting project.

"I usually perform quite small, intimate shows so this is my biggest project in terms of audience size.

"The show is themed around the idea of devilment and the things that make good people do bad things. I think people will be able to relate to it."

The Glasgow-born magician has been building up quite a fan base since his first sold-out show in 2012 and is a regular performing for amazed punters at private events, weddings and parties throughout the country.

Tickets for Devilry, which will kick of on Tuesday October 2 and run for three nights, are available from Ryankdavidson.com.