BASS Hill resident Benjamin Kuryo will be performing in the upcoming world premiere of 'Monopoly', a new comedy about friends, money and Sydney's obsession with real estate.
EVENT Cinemas, including at Kingsgrove, is introducing a fantastic winter school holiday program from Saturday, September 23, to Sunday, October 8.
IN a special school holiday offering, the Gili dancers who explore natural elements and bring them from the bush to the stage, will be staging a performance showcase at the Bankstown Arts Centre at the end of the month.
AS possibly one of the busiest Greek bands on the east coast of Australia, Paradise have performed for private and corporate functions, fundraisers and promotional events and most clubs in Sydney.
ROCK icon Roger Waters will bring his critically acclaimed Us + Them tour to Australia in February 2018, touring here for the first time since his phenomenal 'The Wall Live' broke sales records in 2012.
PAINTED in the colours of many cultures, a sea of children dressed in traditional national costumes and uniforms, will parade through Paul Keating Park in the centre of Bankstown this Sunday for the 19th Multicultural Children's Festival.
AHEAD of their Movember fundraiser, 'Splendour in the 'Stache' to raise funds for men's health, local band Heart of Mind will launch their new album 'Guiding Light' at Brighton Up Bar on September 23.
AFTER years of planning and months of detailed negotiation, Bankstown RSL has successfully concluded the sale of its current premises to Poly Australia and is now undertaking the re-development of land adjacent to its existing site which will form the home of the new club.
UPCOMING events at Revesby Workers' Club are sure to inspire all this month and include Bel Cibo Italian Masterclass where you'll learn and experience how to create contemporary Italian cuisine using the highest quality ingredients on Tuesdays, September 12, 19 and 26, from 6pm and costing $60 a person (limited space); Kids Pasta Making Classes in the September school holidays where children will learn to make lasagne, spaghetti and bow tie from scratch, take home their creation, along with a drink, chef's hat and Pasta Class Certificate, Monday, September 25, to Wednesday, September 27, 9.
DIRECTED by Earlwood's Debbie Smith, one of the world's great thrillers comes to the Sydney stage for just four performances this September as part of Sydney Fringe Festival.