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Nothing Fancy, it’s justLucy with her funny spirit
Last year Judith Lucy was on a quest to discover something to believe in — she even turned it into a TV show.
In 2012, one of the country’s most popular comedians is back with Nothing Fancy.
No singing, no dancing, just gags about everything from meditation to beards.
And maybe some talk of party pies.
A stand-up comedienne for more than two decades, Lucy is now a household name.
From her beginnings on TV through to her time on radio, appearances in film, contributions as a columnist, success as an author and, of course, her sell-out national tours, she has done it all.
Tickets are on sale now at Penrith Panthers reception for $41.50 for the show only, or $71.45 for the show and Osso meal package.
Details: September 1, doors open 6.30pm. Show starts at 7pm.
Terracini with Pereira
The music of Beethoven, Saint-Saens and Mendelssohn will delight patrons at the Joan Sutherland Centre next month.
Paul Terracini will conduct the Penrith Symphony Orchestra, which will be joined by cellist David Pereira.
Details: September 1, 8pm, preconcert talk 7.20pm.
Bookings: 4723 7600 or wwwjspac苏州美甲学校.au.
Women plying needles
for a ‘stitch and bitch’
Some of Australia’s most loved actresses star in the new Australian comedy Biddies, which takes a light-hearted look at being female (and mature) in today’s world.
Biddies, by Don Reid, follows the highly successful 2010 Q Theatre season of his play Codgers, which dealt with the senior Aussie male in comic and touching fashion.
In Biddies, five ordinarily marvellous women find themselves back in their primary school classroom plying their needles in a good old-fashioned session of “stitch and bitch”.
Their confessions are frank, their rivalries intense and their jokes outrageous.
Accidentally locked in the classroom, with nothing but ingenuity, Adora Cream Wafers and a bucket to get them through the crisis, unknown reserves come to the fore.
Released from their own constraints, they rediscover their capacity to love, forgive — and take control.
Biddies stars Maggie Blinco (Embers, Crocodile Dundee), Annie Byron (A Country Practice, Hedda Gabler), Vivienne Garret (Number 96, Caddie), Julie Hudspeth (Nothing Personal, The Young Doctors), Donna Lee (Menopause the Musical, Les Miserables) and Linden Wilkinson (The Sullivans, Looking for Alibrandi).
Biddies plays at the Q Theatre, Joan Sutherland Centre, September 12-15.
Tickets: $48; concession. $43; group 10 + $42 each; seniors $30 (Thursday matinee only).
Bookings: 4723 7600 or www.jspac苏州美甲学校.au
August 31: Gabrielle Emillia Duo, Red Cow Hotel, 8pm-11pm
Radiators, Chosen Few, O’Donoghues Emu Plains, 7pm-midnight
September 1: Jazz Express, Penrith RSL Club, 2pm-5pm
Saturday Night Divas, Penrith RSL Club, 9pm-1am
September 2: Jason Lee, Penrith RSL Club, 2pm-5pm
White Bros, O’Donoghues Emu Plains, 7pm-midnight
September 7: Clive Hay, Red Cow Hotel, 8pm-11pm
September 8: Freddy Mack Jazz Band, Penrith RSL Club, 2pm-5pm
September 9: Vintage 4, Penrith RSL Club, 2pm-5pm
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