Going Out

Don't wait to book tickets

Kids will be entertained when the engaging children's show 'Hurry Up and Wait' comes to town. The show, which received critical acclaim...

Wolfe Brothers truck into town

Tasmanian stars The Wolfe Brothers will be joining a line-up of country musicians to perform at Penrith Working Truck Show next month. ...

Murder mystery comes to Penrith

Put yourself in the centre of an Agatha Christie murder mystery at the John Lees Centre next month. Audiences are in for a thrilling evening...

Motley Crue returns

This week sees the return of pop-glam metal titans, Mötley Crüe.   One of the most...

Soundtrack of his life

Diesel’s latest release ‘Americana’ may be a covers album but it has his fingerprints all over it. From his parents’ wedding photo that adorns the...

Masterchef has local flavour

Cooking under intense pressure, in Australia’s most recognised kitchen, under the watchful eye of the world’s most famous chef is not for the...

Igniting the musical mind

Parents who are hoping their kids grow up to be musical virtuosos can inspire and nurture their minds with 'Babies Proms: The Four...

Come and say G’day

Interviewing Paul Hogan is sort of like having a chat to a stranger at the local pub. There’s no ego, no drama and no...

Musical start to new year

The renowned Morning Melodies series is back at the Joan Sutherland Centre for 2014 and starting the year on a musical high. ...

Silencing the Rudeness

When Rodney Rude tells you his plan for retirement is to buy a donkey that he can use to get to the shops, it’s...

Don't miss Carl

It seems legendary Aussie comedian Carl Barron can’t stay away from Penrith Panthers, but we can assure you this will be his fifth...

It’s more than music

Nothing brings people together quite like music. For the touring music troupe The Young Americans the ability of music to transcend cultural boundaries has been...

Classic tale’s scary twist

The walking dead are taking over local theatre company Ruby Productions’ new show ‘Alice in Zombieland’. Audiences will get to experience the classic Lewis Carroll...

Afternoon of free live music in Penrith

Love music but can’t spare the cash for concert tickets? Then head to The Joan this Sunday for an afternoon of free live performances. Classical...

New twist on an old classic

Locally raised actor Nick Atkins honed his skills at the Q Theatre and now he’s returning to the venue with his first ever...

Play School is coming to Penrith

‘Play School’ has become a staple for generations of Aussie kids and this school holidays the much loved children’s television program will be heading...

Sweating out the classics

Any band that’s been around for decades is likely to have gone through a few line-up changes. At last count Blood, Sweat and Tears has...

Rob’s Ghostly turn in new musical

As far as movie scenes go they don’t come more iconic than the sexy pottery wheel scene between Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in...

10 wakes up to new breakfast show

The new hosts of Chanel Ten’s upcoming breakfast show ‘Wake Up’ aren’t too worried about their longstanding competition on the other networks, instead...

Osso is first class

When you walk into Osso Steak and Ribs at the Penrith Panthers complex you automatically think you’re just about to dine...

Salsa Sunday

The arrival of spring isn’t the only thing bringing heat to Penrith this month with the flair and raw energy of Cuba geared to...

Take a seat at Adam’s bar

Though technological advancement has seen an improvement in music production quality there’s really nothing like the sound you get from live music. This is exactly...

More than just a cover band

There is much to consider when you're a member of a cover band. Not only do you have to be able to play...

Truck show has something for everyone

Australia’s biggest working truck show will be coming to the Museum of Fire once again this March. 2015 will be the show’s 28th year...

Screaming back into town

There’s not many Aussie bands that are as dedicated to rock as The Screaming Jets. With 27 years, eight albums, and countless tours under their...

Penrith's Pavarotti returns

Affectionately known as ‘Penrith’s Pavarotti’, acclaimed tenor, Lorenzo Rositano will perform alongside the crème de la crème of opera’s emerging artists including Bridget...

Local bands collide in search for talent

Independent bands will have the chance to show local audiences what they’re made of with Original Bands Collide 2, which kicks off at the...

WIN! The Caravan, Camping and Holiday Expo is back

If you love life on the road and spending time in the great outdoors then head on down to the Penrith Caravan, Camping and...

Titan of a film

The follow-up to 2010’s ‘Clash of the Titans’ blasts into cinemas this week and is sure to have people talking. Australian action...

Christine's still partying

Quintessential Australian song ‘My Island Home’ was never meant to be Christine Anu’s track. The cover song was originally recorded as a demo to showcase...

King of cool heads west

David Campbell is one of Australia’s most-loved personalities. He’s the son of an Aussie music legend, he co-hosts a popular morning...

John’s still true blue

“I don’t want it to be involved in anything that stirs up hatred for anybody in this country.” This was John Williamson’s response to his...

Art exhibit is a must see

A beautiful collection of Aboriginal art is currently on display at Penrith Regional Gallery. ‘21st Century Beginnings’ presents a selection of large-scale Aboriginal paintings...

School on show

Why head into the city and spend hundreds of dollars to see a big budget musical when you can experience local talent right...

Festive French flavour

This year Penrith City Choir is replacing its traditional Christmas production of Handel’s ‘Messiah’ with a performance of music by a range of...

Country Christmas

Get ready to celebrate Christmas country-style when ARIA chart-topper Paul Costa and rising duo Baylou hold festive season party. The...

Dusty show will be a hit

Take the chance to relive the magic of a bygone era of music when two acclaimed performers take on the songs of Dusty...

Penrith turns pink for Legally Blonde

The 2001 movie ‘Legally Blonde’ seemed to really strike a chord with audiences. So much so that the beloved story of Elle Woods -...

Country duo keep it real

Aussie country music stars Amber Lawrence and Catherine Britt are making it an all-female affair on their current ‘Love & Lies’ tour. Joined by guest...

Still playing the classics

Footage of a youthful Olivia Newton John and John Travolta dancing and flirting with each other at Rydell High will be...