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What’s On September (iv)

What’s On September (iv)

September 21: Oz Rocks

Oz Rocks celebrates the music of Australian legendary artists combining both the older traditional with contemporary. This show salutes artists and acts including Olivia Newtown John, Peter Allen, John Paul Young, Johnny O’Keefe, Kylie Minogue, Dragon, Cold Chisel, Bee Gees, Choir Boys, Billy Thorpe, Easy Beats, Daddy Cool, Normie Row, Kylie Minogue, Crowded House, INXS, Hunters & Collectors and many more. A high energetic show with outstanding vocals and harmonies. Tickets $20, doors open 7.30pm.

September 21: Circa’s Peepshow

Join Circa as they embark on a seductive dance through the hall of mirrors that is your imagination. Expect teetering towers of balanced bodies, extreme bending and devilishly precarious aerials. Orange Civic Theatre, 8pm. Tickets at www.Ticketek.com.au

September 21: Dance from Far Horizons Spectacular

The Orange CultureHub Inc., Orange Tribal Fusion present their annual dance spectacular at Kenna Hall. Entry $2 and bring a plate of food to share. Contact Nicole Kennedy on 0411606590.

September 27 - 29: Creative Connections Exhibition

Three great artists from Central and Western NSW will display their Painting, Ceramics and Jewellery at the Cabonne Food Wine & Cultural Centre, 9 Main St Cudal.

October 5: Redhead Hunt 4 HD

Orange’s annual Redhead Event is themed the Ginger Pride Festival this year and again raising awareness for Huntington’s Disease. Stalls, jumping castles, facepainting, fashion parade, competitions and more. Gold Coin entry at Wade Park 10am to 4pm.

October 5 – 27: Spring Festival at Mayfield Garden

While the 20-hectare (49-acre) Mayfield Garden is open 363 days of the year, the Hawkins family opens their private 55-hectare garden during seasonal festivals. Explore this magnificent garden for yourself.

October 16: Mamamia Out Loud LIVE!

The award-winning podcast Mamamia Outloud is back for their second national tour. Come along to hear Mia Freedman, Holly Wainwright and Jessie Stephens discuss all the things women are talking about. There will be laughs, opinions, possibly a badly choreographed dance number and you can meet the hosts afterwards. Tickets at www.Ticketek.com.au

October 18-27: Orange Wine Festival

The Orange Wine Festival is 10-days packed with events and activities highlighting the region's premium wines through wine shows, tastings, workshops, wine and local produce. Signature events include Orange Wine Show Tasting, Food and Wine Night Market in Robertson Park, Wine in the Vines, and Wine Central. Visit orangewinefestival.com.au and start planning!

Sights set on Portugal

Sights set on Portugal

The Songs of James Taylor and Carole King – A Celebration.

The Songs of James Taylor and Carole King – A Celebration.