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PARKES. Boasting an extremely talented cast of 44 (22 ladies and 22 men) this production will lift the bar for the Parkes Musical & Dramatic Society
FORBES. Combined Forbes Small Schools Choir and Creative Arts Showcase. Bedgerabong, Bogan Gate, Caragabal, Eugowra and Quandialla Schools.
CSU, BATHURST. Each year CSU’s Bathurst campus hosts a two-week festival of arts and creativity facilitated and constructed by the graduating Theatre Media cohort.
BATHURST. In this character-based drama, President Kirkland and his Chief of Staff Jack Brady, must examine their friendship as a terrorist attack threatens to undermine their lives and the nation they both love.
BATHURST. In this modern consumer driven world its easy to forget where your clothes come from and how simple it is to make, alter or upcycle your own. This free showcase event will take viewers on a journey from the beginning of a garment, showing how simple it really is.
BATHURST. Good Mourning is an art installation which showcases individual processes with grief in all forms. - “While our stories differ, our emotions are the same.”
BATHURST. Plumberman 2519: The Musical is a comedic romp which follows the story of an alcoholic, computer loving (quite literally), space-faring plumber of the future.
BMEC. "Revolting Rhymes and Dirty Beasts" by Roald Dahl shows at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre on Wed 25 Sept at 10am, 12.30pm and 6.30pm.
ORANGE CIVIC THEATRE. Suitable for all ages, Future’s Past promises to entertain – with catchy songs, dynamic dance and memorable characters.
COWRA. Come and watch as our wonderful K-6 Students entertain the crowd when they present "A Night At The Museum"
EUGOWRA. With a recent string of accolades including two ARIA nominations, two CMAA Golden Guitar Awards, a CMC Award and the AIR Best Independent Album of 2018 for her second record Real Class Act, western NSW born and raised Fanny Lumsden is taking her music to the people, one small town at a time.
FORBES. With a repertoire spanning centuries, continents and genres, amazing telepathy and the ability to draw emotion from every note, Slava & Leonard Grigoryan are
justifiably regarded as Australia’s finest classical guitarists.
ORANGE CIVIC THEATRE. Performed by a seven-piece band comprising of award-winning singers and musicians, faithfully reproducing these timeless songs with immaculate harmonies and the highest level of musicianship.
GOOLOOGONG. 2nd Sunday and last Sunday of every month. Any level of talent welcome.
MOUNT DAVID. “Bach in the Dark” returns to Mount David for a special afternoon concert.
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