Monday, October 18, 2021

Going Out

Human Nature to kick off 2021 with gig at the Sydney Coliseum

Don’t miss your chance to see Aussie pop icons Human Nature performing at home after touring internationally for many years.

Cinema classics under the stars

Moonlight Cinema’s bean beds have been fluffed, the lawns manicured, and the silver screens are sparkling as it makes a grand return for summer.

Penrith City Carols to go ahead online

Organisers of the Penrith City Carols have confirmed a virtual event will go ahead next weekend in lieu of the traditional in-person celebration.

Beloved characters set to shine on ice

‘A Toy’s Story on Ice’ is an action-packed ice skating show for the whole family.

Kate Ceberano to play live concert at Panthers

As a part of the Great Southern Nights event, Panthers will host an intimate night with singer Kate Ceberano.

Rare chance to see Jess Mauboy live

Australia’s very own vocal powerhouse and celebrated singer-songwriter Jessica Mauboy is performing her one and only Sydney live concert for 2020 at the Sydney Coliseum Theatre in West HQ.

Kids serve up food with a side of laughter in new MasterChef series

Judge Andy Allen tells us about the new series.

Out of the closet and live on stage

If you are craving a night out, then we have the perfect entertainment for you.

The show must go on: Stage performances return to The Joan

The Joan is unlocking its theatre doors and breathing life back into its spaces.

Political correctness not welcome at Major Oak

Major Oak is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

Cambridge Park singer wows judges on The Voice

Local singer makes it through The Voice's Blind Auditions.

Podcast: Empathy and compassion key for local musician

Jarrah Ferris-Smith is a local musician who strives to share stories of empathy and compassion through powerful lyrics and intricate acoustic guitar playing. A loving...

Council’s Thursday Night Live proves popular

As with many sectors, music and live entertainment have been severely impacted by the global Coronavirus pandemic.

Share a laugh with Alice Fraser

With no major comedy festivals happening right now, we have to settle for getting our laughs via our TV's and devices for a while.

Normie Rowe reflects on the past ahead of ANZAC Day

In 1969, Australian singer-songwriter Normie Rowe was conscripted to serve in the Australian Army in Vietnam.

Local music to be live streamed on Thursdays

The show will go on for talented local bands and performers with Penrith Council announcing a new series of livestreamed music gigs on Facebook starting tonight.

Penrith Symphony Orchestra kicks off new season

‘Grieg and Sibelius’ will be on at The Joan in Penrith on Saturday, March 21 at 7.30pm.

Have a Hoot as kids show goes from screen to stage in Penrith

Popular children’s TV show ‘Giggle and Hoot’ will be bringing all its magic to Penrith for a live stage show performance.

Toni Childs to bring music and memories to The Joan

American singer-songwriter Toni Childs is performing a special two-hour concert at The Joan where she will celebrate her old and new work.

From laughter to tears: Comedian’s special show at Penrith cafe

Comedian to share emotional story of his mum’s death in September 11 attacks.