Wuthering Heights storms into Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre

232-x-321_Wuthering_HeightsThey say it’s a fine line between love and hate, but the line between love and revenge can be even finer! On Friday 18 March at 11am and 7.30pm Emily Brontë’s much-loved gothic masterpiece, Wuthering Heights, storms into Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre as part of its four-month national tour and is set to blow the roof off!

Wuthering Heights tells the story of Heathcliff, a mysterious boy who is rescued from the street and brought to Wuthering Heights, where he develops a passionate bond with Catherine Earnshaw. As time passes, Heathcliff and Catherine’s relationship deepens to the point of dangerous obsession, until, one day, Catherine marries another man. Overcome with jealousy, Heathcliff flees the Heights only to return, years later, ready to exact revenge on those he believed ruined his one chance at happiness.

From the critically-acclaimed teams behind shake & stir’s Animal Farm and 1984 comes the next adaption in the company’s award-winning cannon. Featuring a breathtaking design and a stellar cast Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre invites you to drop by the Heights and settle in for this classic story, retold.

Wuthering Heights has already mesmerised audiences in Brisbane, playing a sold-out season at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in 2014 and garnering stellar reviews:
“shake & stir theatre co is undoubtedly Brisbane’s (nay Australia’s) best literary stage adaptors, and they continue to carry the mantle in their new adaptation of Emily Brontë’s gothic masterpiece, Wuthering Heights.” Aussie Theatre.

shake & stir’s Artistic Director, Nick Skubij, who adapted and directed this bold new work said “Aside from being an outstanding story of revenge, love and loss, we chose Wuthering Heights to re-imagine as, with every shake & stir production, we aim to invigorate classics for a new audience. Wuthering Heights will surprise and shock in all the right ways.”

Tickets are LIVE Member $36, Adult $45, Conc. $39, Under 18/Student $25, Group 5+ $36. Please note, a $4.40 booking fee applies to telephone and online transactions.
Wuthering Heights is recommended for ages 14+ (contains mild coarse language, simulated violence, strobe lighting effects, fog/haze effects).  Pre-show dining is available. A dinner booking and pre-ordering is essential.

For more information call 1300 788 503 or visit

Kiama Jazz and Blues Festival 2015

Kiama Jazz and Blues Festival 2015

Kiama Jazz and Blues Festival
March 6-8 , 2015

All Free! Around 70 gigs, 30 venues & over 40 performers.
Kiama will be jumping again in early March, over three grooving nights and 2 full sizzling days.  It’s  jazz, blues, swing & boogie for breakfast, lunch & dinner with Eat to the Beat, plus concerts, cabaret, clubs, pubs, street music. And its all free – no tickets or cover charges, just turn up and enjoy!
Featuring Pena Flamenca, Ray Beadle, Foreday Riders, Psycho Zydeco, Andrew Oh’s Funk Odyssey & Armondo Hurley, Chris Harland, Clayton Doley, Sax Summit, Genevieve Chadwick, Pearlnoire, Sound of KoKo and many more. More info and full programme at

Kangaroo Valley Show

The Show goes on! Kangaroo Valley Show celebrates 130 years

Soak up Kangaroo Valley’s friendly, welcoming atmosphere and stunning natural beauty while joining in the 130th birthday celebrations of the annual Kangaroo Valley Show on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 February 2015.
Enjoy two unforgettable days of fun, country style competition and great entertainment at the Friendly Show!
Discover a wonderful mix of rural show traditions and contemporary community pursuits. From horse and cattle events to the wood chop, poultry and dog showing to our beautiful produce displays in the pavilion, there’s something to interest everyone in the family!
Both evenings feature great entertainment in our magnificent natural amphitheatre. The Friday evening talent quest is open to all ages and organisers welcome a diverse range of acts .There’s music at the bar on Friday night and you’ll love the high excitement of the hugely popular rodeo on Saturday night!
Friday is kid’s day at the Show with push bike races, pet show, fancy dress, dog obstacle races and the puppy and dog competition. Why not give your kids the opportunity to be part of the traditional country fun? On Saturday afternoon the iron person and hay stacking events offer a challenging competitive opportunity, especially for those high energy family members, open to littlies, teens and adults!
There’ll be plenty of special activities to honour our 130th anniversary.
Enjoy the exciting Farmers Challenge on Saturday afternoon, a great chance to see the skills of local farmers showcased in a fast paced competition, the egg throwing competition, Fastest Dog in Kangaroo Valley and the Dog High Jump to mention a few!
A wide range of delicious refreshments will be available from traditional sideshow ally fare to the healthy offerings of our restful tea room in the historic Kangaroo Valley Hall, and much more in between – something to suit every palate!
It’s a great way for your family to experience the joys and rewards of rural life first hand.
To check out the program and enter a wide range of adult and children’s events online visit
There are lots of events you can enter on the day too!


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Kangaroo Valley Show

Kangaroo Valley Show

Head to Kangaroo Valley Show on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 February 2015 for all the fun, action and excitement of a real country show in a friendly, safe environment.
This year’s show celebrates its 130th birthday and the Kangaroo Valley Showground will be filled with a program the whole family can enjoy, including Pavilion, livestock and woodchop competitions and an all breeds championship dog show.

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