Going Out

An album from the heart

There is no denying that Australian country music singer Kasey Chambers isn’t afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve. From ‘The Captain’ to ‘True...

Play that’ll make you think

Daniel Tobias grew up in a Jewish-atheist household. In 2004, aged 29, Daniel found out he had stage-four testicular cancer and went searching for God....

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...

Hip-hop trio’s long journey to the top

It was 10 years ago that a group of guys from Katoomba formed what is now considered to be one of the most loved...

Crazy collectors unite

From action figures, model cars, replica movie memorabilia and old playing cards, you never know what you are going to find when Australia’s largest...

Laughing about ‘the change’

Menopause. Women dread it. Men fear it. From the hot flushes, mood swings, to memory loss and sleepless nights, those going through ‘the change’ can...

Exposing their huge talent

Warning: This article may contain traces of nuts… When it comes to Australia, we’ve had some pretty good things originate from our shores. From Vegemite, Kath...

From the classroom to the stage

A group of Penrith teachers will be taking to the stage in April, performing in the Penrith Musical Comedy Company production of ‘Seussical The...

Have a New Jersey Night at The Joan

Take an exciting musical journey through the career of one of the biggest-selling groups of all-time, in this spectacular celebration of the music of...

Entertainment legends together on stage

She is Australia’s leading lady of musical theatre. He is an Australian film and television veteran. And together they are ‘Bosom Buddies’. No strangers to working...

Huge cast for Seussical The Musical

A cast of almost 100 will take to the Q Theatre stage this month in ‘Seussical The Musical’. Presented by the Penrith Musical Comedy Company,...

After a long Waite, John’s finally coming Down Under

For more than 40 years British singer John Waite has played to huge crowds all over the world, gaining a strong following with his...

No joke: You Am I to play the Tatts on April 1

Their first album was released four years before I was born, with their hit single ‘Purple Sneakers’ playing on the radio just as I...

WIN: Take the family to the Easter Show

Roll up, roll up - it's that time of year again! The Sydney Royal Easter Show starts on Friday, March 23 and runs until...

Mi-Sex back on stage 35 years after calling it a day

With their last album released in 1981 prior to the passing of lead singer Steve Gilpin, many fans had given up on hearing new...

Back by the river

Year after year The Acting Factory has produced quality productions of Shakespeare plays next to the Nepean River in Regatta Park. And this year will...

Using their voices to help

Picking up a guitar at the age of four, Yianna Nicholas has always used her musical talents as a way of communicating with the...

Ready to Wiggle in Penrith

Toot toot, chugga chugga, the Big Red Car is once again making its way to Penrith ahead of what will be a jam-packed weekend...

Popular author to speak in the Mountains

In his first public event since being announced as the new Australian Children’s Laureate for 2018 and 2019, Morris Gleitzman will be appearing in...

Big rigs and country music at Truck Show

They’re big, powerful and often cost more than the average Australian home, and this weekend some of Australia’s finest rigs will be out on...