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LITHGOW. Agatha Crusty (pronounced Croosty) is a crime novelist. She's also pretty adept at solving crimes. And when her sister-in-law Alice invites her to spend a few days with her in the village of Chortelby, it's not long before she gets caught up in a series of murders which seem directed at members of the All Saints Village Hall committee.
CANOWINDRA. The Canowindra Baroquefest 2019 is now launched! Baroque and Beyond is always the theme at Baroquefest, with performances ranging from pre-baroque to contemporary music and even jazz, all with a strong connection to the baroque period.
LITHGOW. A relaxing concert of gentle and lyrical pieces including impressionist Ravel’s popular Greek songs and Schubert’s Ave Maria
BATHURST. Spring is here and so is Saturday Sounds - live and free tunes in The BackYard. (if it does rain on our parade - we'll move in front bar!)
CONDOBOLIN. Dancing with Galari Bila Waga Dhaanys
Star Gazing With Donna the Astronomer
Art exhibitions with Bev Coe, Sista Shed weavers and Marion Whighton-Packham
Arts & Crafts
Wiradjuri language workshops v Intro to exciting online courses
Charles Sturt University Three Rivers information tent
Aboriginal sky stories
ORANGE. Orange's ONLY regular Comedy Night is back and we are throwing more quality comics at you.
BMEC, BATHURST. This brilliant homage concert features numerous gems from The Wall, Wish You Were Here and Dark Side Of The Moon showcased by exceptional guest vocalists Hugh Wilson (Lenny Kravitz Band), Frank Lakoudis (Bad Moon Born / The Voice), Spencer Jones (The Voice) Jessica Madden and Taya Chani.
PANTHERS, BATHURST. Never Ending 80s presents 80s V 90s – The Battle Of The Decades! Which side will you be on? THE BEST POP HITS of two decades, served up a LIVE, song for song battle and you decide who wins! Will it be ‘I’m Just A Girl’ or ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’? Our favourite ‘Material Girl’ or… ‘The Spice Girls’? ’80’s Prince or 90’s Jamiroquai’ ‘Backstreet or Bon Jovi’?
MILLTHORPE. Amy shares stories of her life as a gypsy musician told amidst sweet vocals and layers of deep, rich strings.
BMEC, BATHURST. In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of The Captain, Kasey performs a very special concert, sentimentally reforming her original band, playing songs from The Captain album, alongside a “best of her career set”.
ORANGE. Hard liquor, terrible banter and swinging tunes. Join them every Sunday night from 8pm-12 midnight for an evening of live music, featuring some of the best musicians from across the state!
BMEC, BATHURST. Lady Beatle starring Naomi Price shows at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre on Tues 22 Oct at 7.30pm.
ORANGE. The annual celebration of the Orange Regional Conservatorium string ensemble and groups
ORANGE CIVIC THEATRE, ORANGE. In 1971, Jesus Christ Superstar burst onto the worldwide stage and changed the face of musical theatre forever.
BATHURST. The O'Donnell Brothers perform the greatest songs of Simon and Garfunkel, including some later Paul Simon songs.
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