Going Out

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...

Concert aims to raise $20,000 for health project

Locals across Penrith and the Blue Mountains are being invited to immerse themselves in a night of cultural song and dance, all in the...

Double feature at the Q Theatre

The Q Theatre is back with a bang in 2018, starting off with a double bill of fresh new work straight out of the...

Williamson explores ‘Happiness’

It’s a question that all of us have thought about at least once in our lives. What is the secret to being happy? Bringing his...

Damien Leith’s new direction

He’s no stranger to stages here out west, having played numerous sold out shows over the years, but for Damien Leith, the Blue Mountains...

Dancing up a storm for Penrith Community Kitchen

There’ll be costumes and hairspray and lots of excitement when six western Sydney dance schools come together later this month. But unlike most dance events...

Luddenham Show back this weekend

Roll up ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of the year again as the 114th Luddenham Show will be taking place this weekend –...

Theatre legend returns to the stage

With a career that spans more than four decades, Geraldine Turner has earned a place in Australian theatre as one of this country’s most...

Get ready to laugh

After sold out shows through the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, funnyman Ben McCarthy is bringing his Australian tour to Penrith. His brand new show ‘Nevermind’...

Poetry Slam coming to Penrith

It's no secret that Penrith is home to some talented and creative individuals, and now local writers, poets and musicians will have the opportunity...

Penrith gets ready for Super Bowl Monday

The Super Bowl is the biggest event on the American sporting calendar, and Penrith will also be getting into all the mayhem with a...

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...

New album is full of heart

Any married couple would know that mixing business with pleasure can be a risky adventure, but for Adam Eckersley and Brooke McClymont it was...