Going Out

Giveaway: Turn it up

‘Turn Up The Music’ is a new and exciting club show launching on Sunday, November 4 at the Blacktown Workers Club. ...

In her father's footsteps

When Deana Martin talks about Uncle Frank and Uncle Sammy it takes a second to get your head around the fact that these...

Fitness, fun and a good cause

Jamison Park will come alive for the 2015 Fitness for Autism event on Sunday, April 12, as friends and families come together for a...

The Joan has something for all

        If you thought last year’s concert season at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre was one of the best...

Kate Miller-Heidke to return to Penrith

If you read enough articles about music you’ll start to notice the same words used many times over to describe different artists. That’s...

Guitar kid is back

It’s hard to imagine that a kid, who wasn’t even in high school at the time, could capture the world’s attention...

Living in the 70s

It was the music era where perms and satin pants went hand in hand, and where getting a slot on ‘Countdown’ meant a career...

Play with the players

The latest production from Glenbrook Players pits the forces of good against evil in ‘Carpe Jugulum’, as the witches of Lancre defend against...

Keeping the magic of the movies alive

Behind the unassuming facade of the brick building that sits on the edge of the Great Western Highway in Glenbrook lies a world full...

Peak of adventure arrives in St Marys

Five years in the making and after more than 12 months of construction, St Marys finally has an attraction that will rival anything the...

Penrith Symphony Orchestra celebrates 30th birthday

Their first appearance at the 1988 Bicentennial Celebrations was not only an enjoyable performance for audiences, but it was also a moment that would...

Morning of music at The Joan

The Joan brings together two of Australia’s greatest entertainment icons for ‘Tenterfield to Rio – A Peter Allen Tribute’. The next concert in The Joan’s...

Oh my Gord!

Country music star Gord Bamford may have a hugely successful career in Canada, but in his birth country of Australia he’s still relatively unknown. The...

Festival takes a trip down memory lane

With the sun shining, magpies swooping and flowers starting to bloom, it can only mean one thing... spring is almost upon us. But these aren’t...

Sisters are back on the road

While most country songs might start with a few tears and beers, The McClymonts have proved time and time again that the winning recipe...

Music and memories

If you missed out on seeing Fleetwood Mac during last year’s tour to our shores then head to the Evan Theatre at Panthers next...

From the mosh pit to the stage

How's this for a story. Imagine growing up in a small farming town in Alabama where the only exposure to music you had...

There's a bear on stage

‘Play School’ has been an Australian television institution since 1966, making it the second longest running children’s television program in the English-speaking world...

Searching for Saints

The distinctive jangling sound of the 12 string guitar and the rich harmonies embellishing their immaculate vocals have without doubt assured British group,...

Crazy over Crawl

It seems that audiences just can’t get enough of Australian Crawl. After putting together the All Crawl show in 2014, the band’s iconic frontman and...