Thursday, May 26, 2022

Going Out

The show that will make your day, your month or even your year

OH… MY… GOD! ‘Friends’ fans, get ready, because ‘Friends! The Musical Parody’ is finally making its way to Riverside Theatres.

Taking Penrith to the Comedy Festival

This weekend, Penrith comedian Kieran Daughton is bringing a piece of the west to Sydney Comedy Festival.

Play takes us back in time at Henry Lawson Theatre

‘Room to Move’ tells the story of 29-year-old lodger, Bernie, as he moves in with 62-year-old widow, Peggy, and her devious children, Virginia and Roger.

At The Movies: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Despite quality direction and an A-list cast, ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ rivals the weakest Marvel Cinematic Universe installments.

From TikTok to The Joan: Luke Kidgell coming to Penrith

With 1.6 million TikTok followers and counting, Australian comedian Luke Kidgell is no stranger to the spotlight.

Play’s revival will get us talking

‘White Pearl’ presents itself as not only as a shameless black comedy, but also as a conversation starter.

Penrith and St Marys to host free street parties in May

The streets of St Marys and Penrith are set to open up for a series of free street parties during the month of May that celebrate the food, music and creative heartbeat of both centres.

Residency a “lifetime in the making” for Emu Plains artist

Emu Plains artist, Susan Oxenham, is hoping to inspire others as she undertakes her first residency at Penrith Regional Gallery.

At The Movies: Ambulance

Expecting anything else other than cheesy action scenes and over-the-top explosions from a Michael Bay movie would probably be asking too much.

Love is still in the air: John Paul Young to play St Marys Band...

50 years ago, the world was introduced to music icon, John Paul Young. But, some might find it hard to believe that his musical journey, which began five years earlier, almost never was.

Classic 1944 play set for Penrith revival

This month, the talented creatives from Ruby Productions are back with their latest production, the 1944 Mary Chase play, ‘Harvey’.

Ahn Do happy to be back at The Joan

Ahn is back with his hit stage show, ‘The Happiest Refugee – Live!’.

Five country artists who should be on your playlist

Ever-evolving, country music has come a long way from being about cowboy boots and pick-up trucks (there's still the odd song about a dog by the river, though).

Casey plays her faves at Penrith gig

Casey Donovan has made quite a name for herself in the music industry as one of the country’s best and most versatile entertainers.

The Moonman lands in Penrith: Lawrence Mooney to play Panthers

From class clown to one of Australia’s top stand-up comedians, it’s no secret that Lawrence Mooney knows how to put on a show. After starting...

At The Movies: The Batman

With a moody soundtrack, subtle reveals and a strong storyline, 'The Batman' will be hard to beat as one of the best cinema experiences of 2022.

David Williamson classic back on stage

Enjoy a trip to Henry Lawson Theatre to see their production of David Williamson's 'Third World Blues'.

Live theatre at its best with Shakespeare by the River

Local theatre company, The Acting Factory Inc, will perform Shakespeare’s most eminent romantic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream by the Nepean River, at Weir Reserve from March 5 until March 13.

Hilarious play finally makes it to the stage

For those who love a timeless and darkly humorous drama, Ruby Productions’ upcoming debut of ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ is not to be missed.

At The Movies: Uncharted

‘Uncharted’ is a more than enjoyable ride – providing just the right amount of nods to the games, while developing its own story and strength as a stand-alone film.