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If you want to perform at Fisher’s Gig do the heats first

Calling Macarthur’s young musicians – expressions of interest are open for the annual Fisher’s Gig heats competition. Yes, it’s already that time of the year again and Campbelltown City Council is seeking expressions of interest from bands and solo performers to take part in the heats, to be held on Saturday, July 28. The audience… Read more »

True Vibenation are coming back to Campbelltown,

True Vibenation: local band returns to where it all started

When True Vibenation begin a two week residency at Campbelltown Arts Centre next Monday the local band will have come full-circle. After relocating to Australia from Zimbabwe as children, twin brothers Vuli and Bheki moved to Campbelltown at the age 12. It was in Campbelltown that they added beat-making, recording, rapping and singing to a… Read more »

Walk like an Egyptian at the library these school holidays.

School holiday activities galore, so start planning early

Campbelltown Council’s spring school holiday program is once again packed with new activities and old favourites, offering local children lots of opportunities to learn and have fun during the school holiday break. For example, are you mad about mummies? Crazy for cartouche? Passionate about pyramids? Walk Like an Egyptian, an afternoon of Egyptian-inspired games, craft… Read more »

Oceanic Rhythms - Sounds of the Pacific

Show time: an evening of Pacific classics and new music

Campbelltown is home to a large number of residents with a Pacific Island background. So it’s no surprise to see the return of the successful Oceanic Rhythms – Songs of the Pacific to the Campbelltown Arts Centre later this month. The centre has teamed up with the Sydney Sacred Music Festival to host this wonderful night of music… Read more »

Another scene from the show.

Pirate adventure story with a serious message for kids

Children have always loved adventure stories with pirates in them. Leppington Public School students will almost certainly enjoy the show when Captain Doorknob and his colourful crew in The Water Pirates of Neverland perform there tomorrow, March 21. But there’s a lot more to The Water Pirates of Neverland than pure entertainment value. The play… Read more »

Steve Wisbey, centre, at upstairs@freds, which will host the Greek Carnevale night on Saturday, February 25.

Greek Mardi Gras night of fun in upstairs@freds

Everyone knows what a Mardi Gras is. In some places Mardi Gras is known as Carnival or Carnevale. The Greeks call it Apokries. But whether you call it Mardi Gras, Apokries, Carnival or Carneval it means the same thing. Which pretty much is: Lent is coming, we have to give up meat for 40 days,… Read more »

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