Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Going Out

Can Byron go all the way on The Voice?

Byron Garn might be an apprentice plumber from Penrith, but he also has a stellar set of pipes on him.

Council confirms return of Thursday Night Live

Talented local bands and performers will get the chance to perform again with Penrith City Council announcing the return of the popular, and award-winning, Thursday Night Live – Lockdown Series.

Real Festival cancelled; 2022 dates confirmed

Penrith Council has officially pulled the pin on this year's Real Festival, which was scheduled to take place in September. 

Kasey Chambers and Busby Marou to play Sydney Coliseum

Once lockdown is over there will be nothing better than getting together to share some laughs and stories.

Plenty of local fun on offer during the school holidays

The winter school holidays (June 28 – July 9) are almost here and there are plenty of activities around Penrith to keep the kids warm and entertained.

Talented, silly and plenty of fun: Spooky Men’s Chorale coming to The Joan

The Spooky Men's Chorale will bring their harmonious blend of silly and sublime back to The Joan in July.

Legends on stage together in Penrith

Australian music icons Brian Cadd and Russell Morris will be bringing their long friendship that spans more than four decades to Penrith.

The Angels are back on the road

Emerging from lockdown, The Angels are ready to rock and reconnect with their fans right here in Penrith.

High School Musical rocks the John Lees Centre

Ruby Productions’ ‘High School Musical’ premiered at the John Lees Centre in Penrith last weekend, and performances continue throughout June.

At The Movies: Those Who Wish Me Dead

We're back at the movies!

Police Band brings stage and screen classics to life

The Joan will host a very exciting Morning Melodies concert this month with the NSW Police Band playing ‘Music from the Stage & Screen’.

Bob’s still making memories and music

After many years in the industry, Kevin Mitchell – more commonly known these days as Bob Evans – is still finding ways to challenge himself and create great music.

Still an Idol: Anthony Callea set for Panthers show

17 years on, Australia still has a soft spot for Anthony Callea, the runner-up in season two of ‘Australian Idol’.

At The Movies: Wrath of Man

From its tense opening scenes through to its bloody, bitter conclusion, ‘Wrath of Man’ delivers an engaging ride throughout.

Stunning film offers insight into an extraordinary lifestyle

Chloé Zhao’s award-winning ‘Nomadland’ is both ambitious and understated

At The Movies: Voyagers

Director Neil Burger takes us nowhere particularly new with ‘Voyagers’, the science-fiction film that sees a fleet of young people being raised for the purpose of finding a new Earth.

Who’s ready for a hot night out in St Marys?

The hunks from Sydney Hotshots are back to sizzle next month with their brand new killer show from their Secret Fantasies Tour.

At The Movies: The Courier

Based on the gut-wrenching true story of a Soviet agent and the kind-hearted man recruited to help him, ‘The Courier’ is a gripping watch for any modern history buff.

At The Movies: Ascendant

The trend of teen-based sci-fi films seems to be circling back this year, first with ‘Chaos Walking’, and now with ‘Ascendant’, the part-fantasy, part-thriller film from Antaine Furlong.

Penrith’s Lakeside Long Lunch spearheads return of major festivals

Live music returns in the biggest possible way next weekend with Penrith hosting the Lakeside Long Lunch – one of the first festivals in the world to go ahead after the pandemic.