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Alan Baker Archibald Prize entries on exhibition in Camden

Alan Baker Archibald Prize entries on exhibition in Camden

The opening night of Face to Face: Photos by BRETT ATKINS Local art enthusiasts will not want to miss the latest exhibition at Alan Baker Art Gallery with a number of former Archibald Prize entries on show in Camden. The Face to Face exhibition feature a suite of portrait paintings that capture a timeline of Alan Baker’s Archibald Prize entries from 1936-1972. Mayor of Camden, Cr Theresa Fedeli said the exhibition was a great way to join the Art Gallery of NSW celebrating 100 years of the Archibald Prize this year. “We are fortunate to have such a wonderful art… Read more »

Brothers Gibb to grace the stage in Camden

Get ready to take a trip down the musical memory lane when The Bee Gees – One Night Only show hits the stage in Camden next month. The tribute show features the Brothers Gibb and their magnificent career with several songs capturing the hearts of generations. Performer Andy Sutton, who plays Barry Gibb, said fans would not be disappointed with a great entertaining show on offer. “The show is designed to give the audience a nostalgic trip down memory lane and make them feel like they could be at a Bee Gees Concert,” Mr Sutton said. “In the true spirit… Read more »

There will be no stopping our seniors as festival returns

There will be no stopping our seniors as festival returns

From expos to fitness classes, seniors across the Macarthur region will be offered the chance to do it all in 2021 during April 13-24. In Campbelltown dozens of events will be activated during the seniors festival. Events are for people aged 60 and over, 50 and over for people living with a disability and 50 and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Bookings are essential for all activities. The popular Café Connect program returns and includes a number of activities ranging from history talks, board games, music and art and crafts while connecting local seniors with important local… Read more »

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Hitchcock thriller at Casula

The famous Alfred Hitchcock thriller 39 Steps will be staged in the theatre of the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre on August 27. The 39 Steps is a fast-paced, side-splitting comedy featuring over 100 characters played by four actors. Based on the 1935 Hitchcock spy thriller movie and novel by John Buchan, theRead more »

Festival fun on the way

This year’s Festival of Fisher’s Ghost will kick off Thursday, October 30 with the opening of the Craft Exhibition and will conclude on Sunday, November 9 with the Fun Run and the final day of the carnival at Bradbury. A report to council for the July 29 meeting stated that this year’sRead more »

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