Audiences are invited on an extraordinary adventure as ‘The Little Prince’ returns to western Sydney direct from France next year.
With furry chicken pig like creatures and huge dragons, you might mistake ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ as a Disney story, but it is a superhero movie like you have never seen before.
Penrith will be a stopover for the Archibald Prize finalists tour, with the Penrith Regional Gallery to host the exhibition over the summer.
If you’ve seen ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and loved it, then I have little doubt you’ll lap up James Gunn’s work with ‘The Suicide Squad’.
Two local performers will be royally representing the area in November when they hit the big stage in New York City.
Annually it’s one of the biggest events held on the Central Coast, but this year ChromeFest is moving online and everyone’s invited!
Once lockdown is over there will be nothing better than getting together to share some laughs and stories.
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.
The Spooky Men's Chorale will bring their harmonious blend of silly and sublime back to The Joan in July.
The Joan will host a very exciting Morning Melodies concert this month with the NSW Police Band playing ‘Music from the Stage & Screen’.